Buying a home, whether it be your first home or your tenth home is always a bit scary. It can be complicated and confusing. And the various fees and expenses can be overwhelming. We understand that you want to shop for the best deal in town.
Indeed, you may want to save some money, but you also want your settlement to be handled by attorneys with experience in these complex areas of law. You know our attorneys/owners, David Parker, Mark Simon, David Hahn and Chris DeLisi. Add Mike Hollman, Kathleen Young and Frank Goldenberg and you get over 150 years of knowledge and experience. And that is not counting our staff, some of whom have been processing settlements for more than 25 years. Who are you going to trust to handle what may be the only settlement that you may have in decades?
In times like these, many of our competitors are utilizing extreme discounts to attract your business. Discount settlement fees, no settlement fees and even cash back settlement fees are dangled in front of you. And these offers are tempting. But you must inquire further. Who will be handling this important and complex transaction? Is this “freebie” or giveaway really free? Or am I paying for it somewhere else? Do I get a re-issue rate on the title insurance along with the discounted or “free” settlement? Will the settlement attorney be in business next year to handle any post settlement issues?
We understand the temptation. But we also understand the importance of experienced attorneys handling your settlement. So we want to give you the best of both worlds. We will make our best effort to match these offers on any new settlement order. Just bring us the flyer or promotion, a price sheet or an e-mail and we will make every reasonable effort to provide you with a comparable fee quote. And then we will give you something else. Over 150 years of legal experience closing complex real estate transactions.
So ask yourself this. The next time you are at a settlement, who would you rather see sitting at the end of the settlement table? A title clerk doing your “free” settlement or an attorney with many years of legal experience?