Is Your Real Estate Transaction Set In Stone?

Once a real estate deal has been accepted by both parties, a document known as a purchase and sale agreement is created. This contract spells out the particulars of an accepted offer, including such details as the purchase price, the closing date and any contingencies that must be met for the sale to proceed.

As with any number of contracts, however, disputes can arise. To protect your investment, real estate litigation may be necessary when there are disagreements regarding your purchase and sale agreement. The experienced real estate attorneys at Miles Hansford & Tallant, LLC, in Cumming, Georgia, are prepared to help their clients when problems with a purchase and sale agreement disrupt a transaction.

Don't Accept Terms You Didn't Agree To

The process of negotiating and coming to an agreement regarding a real estate purchase can be very involved, with each side often having to compromise on certain aspects of the contract to get a deal done. Once an offer has been accepted, you might be inclined to think that the negotiations are over.

The purchase and sale agreement may contain stipulations that if certain conditions are not met, one or both parties can cancel the sale. You may need to turn to a lawyer to pursue real estate litigation if there is a dispute over whether contingencies have been met or if any unauthorized changes have been made to the contract.

Contact our office today to speak to a lawyer regarding your purchase and sale agreement. Complete and submit our online contact form, or call us at 770-744-1111 to discuss your case.