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How much does the attorney charge to make a contract and close the deal?

  • May 26 2013 - Orlando
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We do not normally use attornies and bespoke contract for residential real estate in Florida.  We use standard fill in the blank contracts and closings are done by Title Insurance Agencies.

  • June 07 2013
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Profile picture for Ofe Polack
I suggest you contact two or three real estate law firms in your area to obtain an estimate.  It all depends on the time they need to spend on your transaction, writing the contract, doing the title search, etc...  Why don't you use a buyer agent and a title company?  
  • May 27 2013
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Profile picture for Will Rodgers
The title company I use charges $500 for settlement, which is pretty close to standard in Northern Virginia. Now as far as the contracts go I would talk to an attorney who primarily practices Real Estate. Most will give a free consultation and give you a price based on how complex of a contract you will need. 
  • May 26 2013
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