Real Estate

The instability of the real estate market in the last decade has proven that competent legal representation is necessary to ensure a smooth transaction. We assist clients through all stages of a commercial or residential real estate transaction, including:

  • Real Estate Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Residential Leases
  • 1031 Exchanges
  • Inspection Issues
  • Easements
  • Land Subdivisions and Joinders
  • Land Surveys
  • Covenants and Deed Restrictions
  • Financing Documents
  • Closing Documents
  • Short Sales
  • Mortgage Refinancing & Modification
  • Land Use and Zoning
  • Survey Defects
  • Title Claims
  • Quiet Title
  • Boundary Disputes
  • Foreclosures

AriasBosinger provides a full range of closing and escrow services in all areas of commercial and residential real estate, from preparation and review of necessary documentation to representation at closing meetings. We also have experience handling disputes related to survey defects, title claims, easement rights, and real estate contracts.

Title Services

In addition to legal real estate services, AriasBosinger is a licensed Title Agent through The Fund providing a full spectrum of title and escrow services in all areas of commercial and residential real estate. We are proud to partner with our sister company – Heritage Title & Escrow – to meet our clients’ title and escrow needs.

Whether you are buying, selling or refinancing we can help you with your title needs. You may find the answers to some of your questions here on our site, but if you need more information, or to schedule an appointment to meet with us regarding your title needs, please feel free to contact us.

What do buyers need to do prior to your closing?

  • Contact your title processor to make the escrow deposit per the sales contract
  • Coordinate with your title processor to complete your buyer welcome packet
  • If a power of attorney or mail away closing is needed, discuss with your title processor and your lender to make the appropriate arrangements
  • Provide your lender the executed sales contract so they can place a formal title request
  • Choose a home inspector and coordinate with your real estate agent to have a home inspection performed
  • Coordinate with your title processor to determine if a new survey is needed and order survey if applicable
  • Choose a homeowner’s insurance agent, confirm coverage needs and request coverage effective the date of closing
  • Provide insurance declaration pages and invoice(s) to your lender and/or your title processor
  • Contact utility and cable companies to determine requirements for new services
  • Coordinate with your lender and or title closer to determine the “cash to close” figure
  • Make arrangements with your bank to send a wire for your “cash to close”

What do sellers need to do prior to your closing?

  • Coordinate with your title processor to complete your seller welcome packet
  • If you have a property survey, provide it for review to determined if it is acceptable for use
  • If a power of attorney or mail away closing is needed, discuss with your title processor to make the appropriate arrangements
  • Coordinate with your title processor to determine how you would like to receive the sale proceeds.
  • If requesting a wire transfer, confirm routing and account information with your bank and provide to your title closer

What do you need to bring to your closing?

  • If a power of attorney or mail away closing is needed, discuss with your title processor to make the appropriate arrangements
  • Coordinate with your title processor to determine how you would like to receive the sale proceeds.

What will happen at your closing?

  • Final settlement statement will be reviewed and signed
  • All additional documents will be reviewed, signed, and notarized
  • Copies of executed closing documents will be provided
  • Once all parties have executed the appropriate closing documents, and the lender has authorized funding (if applicable), all proceeds will be disbursed.
  • House keys, garage door openers, community association by-laws (if applicable) and other pertinent items will be provided by the appropriate parties
  • All necessary documents will be securely imaged for future needs