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Real Estate Closing Attorney CT

The Law Office of Yona Gregory handles real estate closings in most areas of Connecticut for a reasonable flat fee. Although we keep our prices low, we are focused on customer service – to us, real estate closings are not just about “transactions”, they are about “people”. We care about our clients and are dedicated to giving each client the attention they need regardless of the reasonable flat fee pricing.

Do I need an Attorney for a Real Estate Closing in Connecticut (CT)?
Yes. If you are borrowing from a bank to purchase real estate in Connecticut, your bank will require you to have an Attorney for the closing. Even if you are only refinancing a current loan, the bank will require you to use a attorney. If you are paying cash for a property, you will need an attorney to be sure the title to the property is free and clear and to review and draft the necessary documents to complete the transaction.

My friend/relative is an Attorney in another State; can they help me do the closing?
Not likely. The attorney must be licensed in the State of Connecticut in order to represent a party in a real estate transaction. If you have a relative or friend is a licensed Connecticut attorney, you should be sure that they regularly handle real estate transactions before you ask them to represent you in a closing.

Can one Attorney represent both the buyer and the seller in a real estate transaction?
No, the buyer and the seller’s interest are conflicting and therefore the attorney cannot ethically represent both sides.

*Flat fee pricing of $597 is limited to the Attorney fee and does not include title search, title insurance, recording fees, courier costs and other charges that may be associated with you loan/purchase. Flat fee pricing is for residential closings only. We reserve the right to refuse any client. The Attorney can only represent one party in the real estate closing; this fee does not cover representation of both the buyer and the seller.