A4HB Homebuyer's Blog


In many parts of the country, attorneys play a central role in residential real estate transactions. They draft purchase contracts, help negotiate contracts and inspections, review title documents, and draft or review loan documents and closing documents. For better and for worse, attorneys typically have a more peripheral role in most Colorado residential transactions. I would guess that lawyers are involved in less than 5-10% of residential real estate transactions in Colorado, and I wouldn’t be surprised to learn that the actual number is actually as low as 1-2%. In Colorado, most buyers rely primarily on their real estate broker,

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