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Can I ask why you both do not want a realtor involved?A Realtor can protect you as a home buyer and in no way shape or form can harm the transaction.I would highly suggest that either of you have an agent assist you.There could be a reason as to why the seller does not want to have any realtors involved. It could be that there is seriously something wrong with the home thus the less you know about purchasing a home the more they may take you for a run.I come from the "title world"/ Most Attorneys can draft you a sales contract, however, they cannot give you any Realtor guidance, or fill our any local Realtor forms.A realtor looks out for the best interest of their client. You might want to interview a few agents to see what you are looking for out of the transaction. Always remember to get an home inspection, and attempt to request a home warranty as well.Good luck to you!Realtor of TN and an Army Spouse.
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