Category: Real Estate

4 Mistakes to Avoid If You’re a First Time Home Buyer
Buying a house can be overwhelming and exciting at the same time, especially if you’re a first-time home buyer. Consider these four mistakes to forego.
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Buying a House? Here’s What You Need to Know at Closing
When you get to the attorney’s office on closing day, you want to be prepared so the process is not delayed. Here’s what you need to know at your closing appointment.
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Buying a Home? 4 Tips to Ensure Success
The kids are out of school which provides plenty of time to pack, move, and adjust to the new home and neighborhood. Consider the following tips to ensure success.
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FAQs: Understanding the Details of Estate Planning
Has estate planning been on your list of things to do for multiple years? As another year comes to a close, it’s important not to delay this important action. Estate planning can provide peace of mind for you and your family and give you the opportunity to plan for the future. Consider these frequently asked questions:
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Are You Buying a Home? Don’t Believe These 4 Home-Buying Myths
Buying a home is a huge financial decision – one that needs expert advice. Consider the following home-buying myths you shouldn’t believe and how the WHGM attorneys can help during this exciting time:
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Real Estate Resolution: Tips to Know Before Buying Your Next Home
Buying a home will most likely be the biggest purchase you make in your lifetime. So, it’s important to make this decision with extreme care and wisdom.
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2 Reasons Why You Need a Real Estate Lawyer to Help You
Real estate is an ever-fluctuating, difficult market to understand. You may buy a house only one time in your entire life … or maybe you move often. In either case, buying a home is a huge financial investment that requires legal advice.
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When to Hire a Real Estate Lawyer
In Georgia, all real estate closings must be done by a licensed attorney. At WHGM we have a team of experienced real estate attorneys, paralegals, legal assistants, and title abstractors who are dedicated to ensuring that your real estate transaction is easy and free of legal complications. Sometimes, however, you may need a real estate lawyer before or after the sale closes. Real estate agents are well-versed in your state’s laws and regulations. However, there are instances when hiring a real estate lawyer is beneficial.
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