Real Estate

houseAt Mary Louise Parker & Associates, our real estate law practice focuses on representing clients involved in residential or commercial real estate purchases, sales and leasing in Monroe and the surrounding counties of Northeast Pennsylvania. In addition, the firm is experienced in foreclosures, short sales and representing clients in mortgage restructuring.

Real estate transactions can be complex. We have years of experience in asserting our clients rights in real estate transactions. Contact us to speak with a member of our staff.

Why You Need a Real Estate Lawyer

In some states, real estate investments involve real estate agents, title insurance companies, lenders, and the buyers and sellers, without the assistance of an attorney.

In the state of Pennsylvania, attorneys have a significant role in the real estate purchase process because after the buyers and sellers have a contract, there is an attorney review period allowing an attorney to review and accept or reject the contract, usually within a 5-day period.

When you are entering into a real estate contract, it is important to take this opportunity to protect your immediate and future rights. We can draft, review, or modify your contract to ensure that your rights and obligations are clear.

Residential Real Estate

For most people buying a home, they are making the biggest investment they will ever make. We are committed to providing the sound counsel and guidance you can trust throughout the process. We will provide you with the information you need regarding the terms of your contract, your rights, obligations, contingencies, and work with you to meet your goals. From financing your purchase through the closing, we will protect your rights and your real estate investment.

For more information about our real estate services, contact Mary Louise Parker & Associates and schedule a consultation. We provide focused client service and committed advocacy for clients throughout Monroe and the surrounding counties of Northeast Pennsylvania.

Disclosure: This website is developed for general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice or the basis for the formation of an attorney-client relationship.