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New York City Real Estate Attorney Natalia Sishodia Explains How To Prepare For Things that Might Go Wrong at the Closing of a Sale

April 05, 2022
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New York City real estate attorney Natalia Sishodia releases a new article (https://sishodia.com/7-things-that-can-go-wrong-at-a-closing-how-to-prepare-yourself/) explaining the seven things that might go wrong at a closing of a sale and how to prepare for it. The lawyer mentions that finding a dream home is an exciting time in a person’s life. However, between the regulations, contracts, and fees, it can also be incredibly stressful.

“Unexpected predicaments can pop up, especially at a closing, which can further delay the process of setting foot in your new abode. Thus, it is important to prepare yourself for obstacles at closing, so that you can tackle them both efficiently and quickly,” says the New York City real estate attorney.

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The lawyer explains that when it comes to purchasing a home, it is important to take note of all the legal documents and stay alert for anything that might go wrong at the closing of a sale. Having a skilled attorney is important since they understand the laws better and will be able to help the client make a more guided purchase.

Attorney Natalia Sishodia enumerates the seven things that can go wrong at the closing. These things include a low appraisal, a need for high-risk insurance, mistakes in the legal documents, last-minute requests, walkthrough terrors, issues with a loan, and a lien being placed on the home.

In the article, attorney Sishodia adds that some lenders make requests that the buyer should purchase a high-risk insurance plan in order to protect the property from natural disasters and other complicated conditions. The lawyer also says that common errors can appear in the legal documents and a re-print may delay the closing process.

According to the real estate lawyer, “In life, it’s common to experience unexpected obstacles, especially with regard to money, career, and familial arrangements. Unfortunately, such major transitions can interfere with your ability to secure a loan. Even if the buyer is pre-approved for the loan, it’s possible for the lender to change the terms or void it entirely, which in turn will delay closing.”

Lastly, the real estate lawyer explains that having a lawyer for real estate transactions is very important. A skilled lawyer may be able to help with the planning and reviewing of the documents involved in the transaction.

About Sishodia PLLC

Sishodia PLLC’s team of professional NYC real estate attorneys pride themselves on their ability to navigate complex investment laws and intricacies to offer the most comprehensive advice and guidance possible for their clients. The lawyers at Sishodia PLLC take time to fully understand each client’s unique goals and circumstances, minimizing potential risks and issues. Call them today at (833) 616-4646 for a consultation.



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About Sishodia PLLC:

Sishodia PLLC is a boutique New York real estate law firm offering experienced, individualized legal solutions to clients ranging from first-time homebuyers to seasoned real estate investors.

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