Purchasing or selling a home is probably one of the largest business transactions that most of us ever make. There are many aspects of real estate that are intricate and complicated even to the savvy buyer and seller. Hiring an attorney to represent you during this process is one of the best and most cost effective aspects of the transaction. Just as you want an inspector to review the physical building, you should want an attorney to assist you with the purchase or sale of your property.
Here at Barry Miller Law our in-house attorneys, paralegals and loan specialists can help with any commercial or residential real estate transaction. With a diverse staff of industry professionals, we work hard to protect our client's best interest. Here's how:
For many people, the purchase or sale of real estate is among the largest transactions they make in their lifetime. It is important to protect your investment, from the point of purchase through final sale. At Barry Miller Law, we have been serving the Central Florida area for more than 27 years by guiding clients through both commercial and residential real estate transactions.
It seems each day there is more news about the ever changing real estate market. More of our families, friends, and neighbors are struggling with the real estate and economic crisis. While it can be very confusing sifting through all of the options and programs available to consumers, the good news is that there are viable alternatives for homeowners.
What is a short sale?
A short sale is where a homeowner elects to sell their home for a lesser amount that the total amount due on their mortgage. Conducting a short sale can relieve the homeowner of their current mortgage payments and possibly stop any foreclosure proceedings against them.
Our focus is to explore consumer protection options with you. Our office may be able to help you if:
- You are constantly being harassed by creditors who won’t listen to you
- You are facing foreclosure
- Your wages are being garnished
- You owe back taxes
- You are using one credit card to pay another
- You have experienced a decrease in income
- You are faced with medical debts
- Your vehicle has been repossessed
If you are a Florida homeowner facing foreclosure, you have probably already tried doing everything you can to save your home on your own. Here at Barry Miller Law, our team of attorneys understands what it takes to help you address a foreclosure.
There is never a bad time to have a good plan. Barry Miller Law has helped many individuals throughout Florida develop effective estate planning strategies that protect their interests and goals — now and in the future.