Purchases With Financing

HD Lawyers:  Ryan Hager | Stefanie Stamm          
Assistants:  Brenda Yanciw

Purchasing a home or investment property is the largest transaction that many people will ever be faced with, and there can be a seeming mountain of details to contend with, especially when a mortgage or line of credit is involved.

  • Our lawyers have dealt with all kinds of lenders, from the big banks to mortgage companies, credit unions, and private lenders. We understand what they need from you and from us to get your mortgage funded and we understand their documents and will explain them to you.

  • We will work with your mortgage representative, realtor, and insurance company to facilitate the process and provide the benefit of our expertise to the other professionals involved in your transaction as needed.

  • We aim to close every transaction on its scheduled completion date as long as there is a reasonable amount of time provided to do so. We stand by our commitment and would be happy to discuss that in more detail with you.

  • You will always meet with a lawyer and we set enough time aside to answer your questions and give you detailed advice.

  • Our paralegals and lawyers are available to respectfully answer your questions throughout the process of your transaction and afterwards, but it is our hope that we will answer many of your questions before you have to ask.

  • We will always review the title of the property you are buying, investigate property taxes and other items adjusted at closing to ensure that the obligations of the Seller and your rights under the contract are addressed.

  • If anything does go wrong, you can be assured that we have the experience to recognize and advise you of your options..

  • When we provide estimates for costs, we do our best to meet or come in below our estimates and will always warn you if significant unusual developments on your file will lead to higher costs.

Please click on our real estate fees estimation calculator to get an estimate of how much the legal costs would be for your transaction, excluding any adjustments in the contract like property taxes or condominium fees, as well as bank or lender charges.