Protect Clients Through the Transaction Process and Beyond
Real estate purchases are the largest purchases many individuals and businesses will ever make. Can you protect them? Do you know what to do when issues arise? Join our experienced faculty as they walk you through the transaction process with an eye to resolving the legal issues. Guide transactions to a smooth closing and ensure your clients' interests are being represented - register today!
Learn everything that needs to be done before the real estate closing.
Give clients peace of mind by identifying all potential issues during the due diligence period.
Guide clients through the closing process and tie up loose ends afterward.
Be on the lookout for problems and omissions.
This course is part of the Mississippi Real Estate Law Essentials series.
PAMELA NETTERVILLE GRADY is a partner and co-founder of Crews Grady PLLC where she practices in the areas of real estate law. With offices ideally located in Madison Parish, Louisiana, and Warren County, Mississippi, her real estate practice often involves the purchase and sale of large agricultural and recreational tracts situated in both the states of Mississippi and Louisiana on the Mississippi River. Ms. Grady brings her background in agriculture and experience as an environmental and floodplain manager for the Department of Homeland Security to her real estate practice and is a licensed title insurance agent in the states of Louisiana and Mississippi. In addition to maintaining a real estate practice, she has prosecuted and defended civil and criminal cases in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Georgia in state courts, federal courts, and before the American Arbitration Association. Ms. Grady earned her B.S. degree from Louisiana State University and her J.D. degree from Mississippi College School of Law.
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