When searching for mortgages, you may are presented with information on interest rate and APR. These are usually mistaken as being synonymous, but they are actually calculated differently. It is essential for home buyers to evaluate both. The following are details on Melrose MA home loan interest … [Read more...]
For most of us, buying or selling a home is very exciting, but it’s also one of the largest financial transactions of our lives. Due to the financial and legal factors involved, if you’re contemplating entering into, or are in the midst of, a real estate transaction, you should consult with a lawyer right away.
If you plan to buy your first home, trade up to a larger home, or downsize now that your children are out on their own a real estate attorney from Martino & Tramontozzi, LLC can provide you with insight and legal guidance from start to finish.
Are you selling your property or want to refinance, contact Martino & Tramontozzi, lawyers who can provide you with the best results.
- • Explain the terms and negotiate your purchase and sale agreement
- • Protect you from hidden liabilities with respect to your new home
- • Review real estate documents that relate to your title, mortgage, and taxes
- • Record legal documents pertaining to your real estate transaction
- • Attend your closing and address your questions
- • Ensure that you possess valid ownership documentation
- • Ensure that your purchase and sale agreement terms properly protect your interests
- • Deal with any issues that arise with your title
- • Represent you during negotiations with the buyer and walk you through your closing
The real estate attorneys at Martino & Tramontozzi, LLC are fully equipped to assist you with an array of property-related legal concerns. To learn more about our real estate services, call us today at 781.662.0900
Single family and two-family residential properties sold in Melrose MA must be inspected by the fire department. The fire department checks for working smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors. They then issue a smoke certificate required for the closing. It is essential for property owners to … [Read more...]
Owners title insurance can be bought when buying or refinancing real estate. It can be bought once by an owner and will guard against title issues for the entire time that they own the home. Knowing what title defects include may help buyers decide whether to purchase owners title insurance. … [Read more...]
The closing (also known as settlement) is generally the last official step in the real estate purchase or sale process. It is commonly a day of both great nervousness and excitement. It is important to understand what to expect and what can lead to delays. This blog contains an overview of Melrose … [Read more...]
Massachusetts Homestead protection is provided to Melrose MA homeowners and protects a home from unsecured creditors. This is a vital law for any property owner. The Massachusetts homestead protection act overview in this blog includes the most important components of this law. Why Homeowners Need … [Read more...]
Homestead protection is provided to all Massachusetts homeowners and protects their equity from unsecured creditors. This is a vital consideration for any property owner. The Melrose MA homestead protection act information below covers the most important components of this law. Why Property Owners … [Read more...]
When properties are bought in Melrose MA, real estate transfer taxes (also called deed recording taxes) are levied. Different from annual real estate property taxes, transfer taxes are owed only once when a property changes hands. It is important for home buyers and sellers to understand what a … [Read more...]
A 1031 exchange is a method for postponing taxes when selling a property and purchasing another. It applies to real estate used for business or investment purposes. When utilized properly, it may lead to dramatic savings. This blog details the advantages of 1031 exchanges for tax deferment in … [Read more...]
Every property sale involves several negotiations. It can be intricate and emotional as each person wants to feel that the outcome benefits them, or is at least a fair compromise. This article provides information on negotiating offers for Melrose MA real estate. What You Should Think About Before … [Read more...]
How to Take Ownership of Massachusetts Property When two or more parties buy property together, they enter a legal agreement called a tenancy agreement. It determines what will occur when one owner passes away. There are three types of tenancy and each has distinct rights and requirements. Below … [Read more...]