Handle Real Estate Closings with Skill and Efficiency
Real estate closings are a maze of confusion that require a skilled attorney to successfully navigate. Ensuring proper timing of seemingly disparate elements is critical to ensure harmonious closings that don't lead to further issues down the road. It is essential for attorneys to analyze key transaction documents, resolve potentially devastating title defects, handle closing funds with efficiency, and more. This course will provide you with the information you need to confidently orchestrate the real estate closing process from start to finish - register today!
Review sale agreements, create title commitments, and coordinate key transaction elements before the closing date.
Analyze title reports and cure mortgage-related title defects, fix legal description errors, and more.
Confidently resolve critical last-minute closing issues that have the potential to derail the whole deal.
Tie up any loose ends that may unravel after the closing, such as post-closing title issues and releases of pre-existing liens.
Richard J. Fox is an attorney with the Law Office of Richard J. Fox PLLC, where his practice focuses on commercial and residential real estate, construction law, and property related litigation. As legal counsel, he represents buyers, sellers, and lenders in residential and commercial real estate transactions, including title searches and closings, as well as property dispute resolution through mediation and litigation. As a title insurance agent, Mr. Fox reviews title opinions and issues title insurance policies. He is admitted to practice in Vermont and Massachusetts, and before the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Mr. Fox is a member of the Vermont, Massachusetts, and Chittenden County bar associations; and is an agent for Vermont Attorneys Title Corporation. He earned his B.A. degree from Rutgers College and his J.D. degree from The George Washington University Law School.
Anita I. Lotz is a member of the Memphis law firm of Farris Bobango PLC, where her areas of practice include commercial lending, real estate transactions, title law, foreclosures and financial institutions regulatory law. Ms. Lotz has spoken for various business and professional organizations on a variety of foreclosure and commercial lending issues. She is a member of the Memphis, Tennessee and American (member, Business Law Section) bar associations; and the Association of Women Attorneys. Ms. Lotz earned her B.A. degree from Northwestern University and her J.D. degree from Boston University.
Nathan G. Osborn is an equity shareholder with Montgomery Little & Soran, PC, in Greenwood Village, Colorado. His practice is focused on real estate litigation, real estate transactions, and commercial litigation. He also helps numerous real estate and medical businesses by acting as their full-service corporate attorney. In addition to his work for clients, Mr. Osborn can be hired as an expert witness in cases involving real estate issues. He is licensed to practice in Colorado and Nebraska. Mr. Osborn represents a broad mix of clients but primarily handles matters relating to real estate title and access disputes, title insurance, boundary disputes, landlord-tenant disputes, leases, foreclosures, title agent negligence, liens, easements, real estate purchases and sales, real estate development, condominium conversions, real covenants, spurious liens, partitions, business formation, and real estate broker license complaint cases. He earned his B.A. degree from Texas Christian University and his J.D. degree, with distinction, from the University of Nebraska College of Law.
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