Buffalo Real Estate Attorney Discusses Vacating the Property
As an experienced Buffalo Real Estate Attorney, I am often asked “Do I have to be out of my home when I close on the transaction?” In these standard contracts, it says that the buyer is entitled to occupy the property at the time of settlement. If you’re going to have any difficulties in vacating the property on the date that is set forth in the contract, then you need to let your Buffalo Real Estate Attorney know immediately. Sometimes we’re able to work out a post-occupancy arrangement, and see if we can allow you to stay in the house up to a week or two after the closing to accommodate your situation might be.
Do want to know when you need to be out of your sold property? Contact experienced Buffalo Real Estate Attorney Randy Gugino to guide you.