How Does a Closing Work? The real estate contract is typically called a “Purchase and Sales Agreement”. The transaction is initiated by the party who wants to purchase the property (usually with their real estate agent’s help) by submitting the “offer”. The offer includes the pertinent terms of the deal, including the purchase price and…
RWC, LLC, Attorneys and Counselors at Law has a full-service real estate department with a dedicated full-time real estate paralegal who works with both buyers and sellers. We offer hands-on legal service from start to finish, including contract drafting and review, inspection addendums, title searches, mortgage payoffs, mortgage document review, and deed preparation. With our probate experience, we also have the expertise to clear up probate matters that may arise in the title search with efficiency.
Attorney Joan Reed Wilson has been an authorized title insurance agent since relocating her firm to Connecticut in 2003. In 2016, she was one of fifteen attorneys chosen in the State to participate in the CATIC Advisory Committee.
Paralegal Carolyn Meeker has been handling real estate closings for over 30 years and is a client favorite. She is well-respected among agents, lenders, and other legal professionals for her knowledge, attention to detail, and dedication to the clients.
Regardless of whether you are the buyer or seller, as part of our real estate closing services we are available every step of the way. We are prepared and experienced in dealing with the various issues that arise during the course of real estate transactions and work with the client and their team of professionals to ensure a successful outcome.
RWC, LLC, Attorneys and Counselors at Law represents clients across Connecticut including the Towns of Clinton, Killingworth, Westbrook, Old Saybrook, Guilford, Madison, Branford, North Branford, Haddam, Higganum, East Haddam, Middletown, and Durham.