Texas Property Transaction Attorney

THE LAW OFFICE OF NATHANIEL GILBERT, PLLC

San Antonio Real Estate Lawyer Nathaniel Gilbert helps Buyers and Sellers of property with Contracts, Bills of Sale, Promissory Notes, and Seller Financing Documents. Attorney Gilbert works with Brokers, Real Estate Agents, and Individual Buyers and Sellers to achieve outcomes in Texas Property Sales that benefit all parties.

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Please note, The Law Office of Nathaniel Gilbert, PLLC, does NOT provide Title Insurance, Title Services, or “Closings” of property—Legal Services are limited to representation of Buyers and Sellers of property and the drafting of documents to be used by parties to close on property such as contracts, deeds, bills of sale, and debt servicing notes

Why Use An Attorney Instead of a Broker or Real Estate Agent?

They are not mutually exclusive; Real Estate Agents and Brokers are highly skilled professionals in their area of expertise and are invaluable when looking for the right property for you and your family or business. A good real estate attorney can work in tandem with your broker for the property transaction—Only attorneys are allowed to edit or draft contracts for clients. If you know that you need certain provisions that are not in the standard Real Estate Contract for Texas, you must have an attorney draft those provisions for you, no matter what. Too often, property buyers and sellers are reluctant to bring in an attorney because they fear that the attorney will “blow up the deal.” Nothing could be further from the truth—San Antonio TX Real Estate Lawyer Nathaniel Gilbert will work with all of the parties to make sure the deal goes through, and protect your interests in the process.

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