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Our attorneys at Randall, Page & Bruch, P.C., handle the legal aspects to ensure your right to possess, use and enjoy your land and dwelling or business real estate investment. We service Western Tidewater and the Southside with title and escrow services through our joint ventures with Southeast Virginia Title Company, LLC. The title company handles the title insurance and closing details. For more information or to request a quote, visit its website.

Real Estate Sales Attorneys

A real estate sale attorney is required in the state of Virginia. At Randall, Page & Bruch, P.C., we believe you deserve the best. Our exceptional attorneys have extensive experience in real estate law. They will protect your rights and interests in any real estate transaction, residential or commercial. They will also help you navigate all the challenges and pitfalls that accompany buying or selling a property. When you need a Virginia real estate attorney, turn to Randall, Page & Bruch, P.C., for all your real estate needs.

Virginia Title Attorneys

One of the first obstacles to purchasing or selling real estate is securing your title. Virginia title law is very complex and can create significant delays in your real estate transaction. Our attorneys have the experience and skill to resolve your title issues in a timely manner. They can help you with the following:

  • Title searches and reviews: Making you aware of any limits and allowances that will affect the sale
  • Liens and lien defense: Ensuring that your property is free and clear
  • Quiet title action: Assisting when you feel that you have the rights to a property, but you do not have a clear title to the real estate

Our dedicated Virginia real estate title attorneys are here for you. Let them help you realize your real estate goals. Call us today.

Virginia Real Estate Deeds Attorneys

An essential part of real estate transactions is that the deed gives a precise and comprehensive description of the property. Deeds can be challenged. An important step to ensuring that your property remains yours or that you have the right to sell is making sure that the deed specifies all the property details accurately. A misspelling or an error in the address can expose you to unnecessary legal issues. Your deed must be in your physical possession after you purchase a property. Contact our real estate deed attorneys to look after your interests in any real estate transactions.

Virginia Refinance Attorneys

Refinancing your home, land or commercial property is a big step. There are numerous benefits to refinancing. A skilled and experienced refinance attorney can help you negotiate the best possible interest rate and terms that will fit your needs. Once all parties are in agreement, your attorney will take the time to explain all the legal documents in plain language before you move forward and sign. Contracts often are riddled with legal jargon. Let our qualified refinance attorneys ensure that your best interests are met before signing.

Virginia Real Estate Settlement Attorneys

Real estate settlement, or the closing, is arguably the most important step in buying or selling property. You need a lawyer who can be a neutral overseer for the final contract signing and payment transactions. Buyers put their funds in escrow and get their keys, sellers and third parties get paid, and your real estate settlements attorney ensures that the process is conducted smoothly. It is encouraged that you have your own Virginia real estate attorney to look out for your interests during the process.

Contact us online or by calling 757-742-4179 if you are purchasing or considering purchasing property or land for personal or business use in Southampton, Emporia, Brunswick or Suffolk.

Real Estate Services

Deeds

  • Deed of gift
  • Deed of sale
  • Deed of trust (deed preparation and recording)

Settlement

  1. Purchase – open file
  2. Communicate with buyer
  3. Consult with lender (if there is a loan)
  4. Consult with realtor (if there is a realtor)
  5. Order title search
  6. Once title search comes back, prepare title commitment and submit it to the lender
  7. Clear all title issues
  8. Prepare settlement statement/documents
  9. Receive lender settlement documents
  10. Proceed to settlement
  11. Record deed(s)
  12. Disburse funds
  13. Issue title policy

Refinance

  1. Open File
  2. Communicate with borrower
  3. Consult with lender
  4. Order title search
  5. Once title search comes back, prepare title commitment and submit it to lender
  6. Clear all title issues
  7. Prepare settlement statement/documents
  8. Receive lender settlement documents
  9. Proceed to settlement
  10. Record deeds
  11. Disburse funds
  12. Issue title policy

Sale

  1. Open file
  2. Communicate with seller
  3. Consult with realtor (if there is a realtor)
  4. Request title commitment from the buyer side
  5. Prepare deed
  6. Receive settlement documents from the buyer side
  7. Proceed to settlement
  8. Forward signed documents to the buyer side

Title

  1. Order title search
  2. Prepare title commitment with requirements/exceptions
  3. Clear title requirements
  4. Once file closes, issue title policy (owner/lender)