Attorney help for new homeowners, or those who are on top of updates, comes in the form of your last tips as we exit October. Fausett Law PC is an experienced and respected real estate firm. Our attorney representation extends to all aspects of real estate transactions both commercial and residential. These services include real estate acquisition, disposition, financing, leasing, development, environmental and hazardous waste, and construction.
We represent private individuals, investors, business owners and developers in the acquisition, development, financing, sale, and leasing of real estate. We provide our clients with quality service and advice in a quick and efficient manner.
Buying your first home, or updating an existing one, can feel like an overwhelming experience. Since it’s a large investment, you’ll want to stay on top of what you need. We’ve got some practical items that you could use.
- Candlewick trimmer: This might go overlooked, but it is very important. Not only could it make a great gift for a new homeowner, but it is also important when it comes to safety.
- Home journal: If you are a new homeowner, you’ll notice from the purchase process that there was quite a bit of paperwork. That will build up more as your homeowner paperwork accumulates! A journal will keep you organized.
- Loppers: Yes, that’s right, loppers! If you have a garden, these will be your step up from pruners. They can help trim trees and plants with thicker branches, up to about 2 inches in diameter.
- More essential tools
The Law Offices of Lora Fausett P.C. provides real estate law services including loan modifications, buying and selling legal assistance, short sales and deeds in lieu, mortgage foreclosure defense, and more.
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