Real Estate

Residential Real Estate Closings and Commercial Real Estate

Residential Real Estate Closings

Buying a home for many is the most expensive purchase that you will ever make. An experienced lawyer can help you understand all of the legal aspects of the residential real estate transaction and guide you through the closing process.

The attorneys at Jones Washburn Gonzalez, LLP have had more than thirty years of combined real estate experience representing buyers and sellers in Fairfield and New Haven Counties.

The real estate services that we provide include:

  • Contract preparation;
  • Contract review and explanations of the contract provisions;
  • Title Search review and clearing title issues;
  • Contingency date monitoring;
  • Mortgage document review;
  • Explanations of your loan documents, including the Note and Mortgage; and
  • Attendance at closing.

Jones Washburn Gonzalez, LLP works to help you understand all of the steps involved while protecting your legal interest in one of the most important transactions of your families financial life from the initial offer to the “final walk through” on the day of closing.

Commercial Real Estate

If you own a professional practice, a franchise, or a product or service company, or if you are a builder or an investor in commercial properties, having experienced legal representation is critical to the success of your commercial real estate transaction. Jones Washburn-Gonzalez, LLP represents buyers and sellers in commercial real estate actions in Fairfield and New Haven counties.

The commercial real estate services we provide include:

  • Assisting in performing due diligence examinations;
  • Contract preparation;
  • Contract review and explanations of the contract provisions;
  • Title Search review and clearing title issues;
  • Contingency date monitoring;
  • Mortgage document review;
  • Provide legal representation through the process of obtaining a loan from the Small Business Administration (SBA);
  • Explanations of your loan documents, including the Note and Mortgage; and
  • Attendance at closing.