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When purchasing a property, borrowing funds through a mortgage is often necessary. Our experienced attorneys understand the complexities of borrowing and can help guide you through the process, regardless of whether you are seeking funds from a private lender, a financial institution, or a secondary lender. 

Borrowing is the process of obtaining funds to finance the purchase of a property. This can be done through a variety of sources, including private lenders, financial institutions, and secondary lenders. Regardless of the source, it is important to have an experienced real estate attorney on your side to ensure that your interests are protected and that the borrowing process is smooth and stress-free. 

Our attorneys can provide guidance and support throughout the borrowing process, including the following: 

  • Reviewing and negotiating loan agreements 

  • Conducting due diligence on the lender and property 

  • Advising on the appropriate loan structure and terms 

  • Handling financing documents and disclosures 

  • Representing clients in borrowing-related disputes 

Our borrowing subpage has three subpages, each focused on a different type of lender. Our attorneys can help with reviewing and negotiating loan agreements, conducting due diligence on the lender and property, and advising on the appropriate structure and terms of the loan. 

At our law firm, we are committed to providing exceptional legal services and personalized attention to each of our clients. We understand that borrowing is a significant financial commitment, and we strive to make the process as smooth and stress-free as possible. 

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Financial Institution

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Secondary Lender

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Private Borrowing

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