Residential real estate transactions can be an emotional, frustrating, and nerve wracking time, especially in todayâ€™s market. Sellers may have waited a long time for a contract. Purchasers may have been asked by their lenders for much more documentation than in years past. Appraisers may not be able to find sufficient comparable properties to provide the needed appraised value, resulting in home values going down and causing some homeowners to be upside down on the mortgage they did just a few years previously. Add delays in processing to this mix and what should be a happy occasion can be just the opposite. The Templeton Law Firm, however, is committed to "bringing happy back". The firm is committed to providing expedient service and communicating with all parties involved so as to make the transaction as smooth as possible for you.
The firm handles a variety of legal matters related to residential real estate, including but not limited to those matters associated with
If you have a residential real estate matter you would like to discuss, please feel free to contact the office for an appointment or send an e-mail direct to Ms. Templeton at
"Next to the right of liberty, the right of property is the most important individual right guaranteed by the Constitution and the one which, united with that of personal liberty, has contributed more to the growth of civilization than any other institution established by the human race." ‐ William Howard Taft
The Templeton Law firm is committed to providing expedient service and communicating with all parties involved so as to make the transaction as smooth as possible for you.
The firm provides a wide range of services for its commercial real estate practice, as no commercial transaction is exactly like the next.
Misunderstanding between parties as to the terms of a contract can often lead to dispute. Let The Templeton Law Firm help you with your contracts to make sure they are clear and consice for all parties.
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