Real Estate Closing Attorney Representing Banks & Mortgage Lenders
If you’re a bank or mortgage lender, you need an experienced real estate closing attorney on your side. The Law Office of J. Brian Kelley represents banks and mortgage lenders in all aspects of the real estate closing process, from loan origination to post-closing disputes.
Attorney J. Brian Kelley has over a decade of experience handling hundreds of real estate closings for some of the largest banks and lenders in the country. He understands the unique challenges that banks and lenders face when it comes to real estate transactions, and he knows how to protect their interests at every stage of the process.
Why Lenders need Bank Attorneys
There are many reasons why banks and mortgage lenders need an experienced real estate closing attorney on their side. First, an attorney can help to ensure that all of the necessary paperwork is in order before the closing takes place. This can help to avoid delays and potential problems down the road.
Loan Application Review
An experienced attorney can also review loan applications to make sure that they meet all of the necessary requirements. This can help to avoid problems later on, when the loan is being processed.
An attorney can also help to prepare all of the necessary loan documentation, including the promissory note, security agreement, and deed of trust. This documentation must be prepared correctly in order for the loan to be valid.
An experienced real estate closing attorney can also help to obtain title insurance for the property. This insurance protects the lender in case there are any problems with the title to the property.
An experienced real estate closing attorney can also help to coordinate the closing process. This includes ensuring that all of the necessary documents are signed and that the property is transferred correctly.
An attorney can also help to ensure that the loan is funded properly. This includes making sure that all of the necessary paperwork is in order and that the funds are disbursed according to the terms of the loan agreement.
If there are any disputes after the closing, an experienced attorney can help to resolve them. This may include negotiating with the other party, filing a lawsuit, or going to mediation or arbitration.
The Law Office of J. Brian Kelley has extensive experience representing banks and mortgage lenders in all aspects of the real estate closing process. If you are a bank or lender in need of legal assistance, contact us today to schedule a consultation.