We represent buyers, sellers and lenders throughout the state with a special place in our hearts for first-time homebuyers. Our experienced and friendly real estate attorneys are able to walk buyers and sellers comfortably through the entire transaction, from the “Offer to Purchase,” to reviewing and negotiating the “Purchase & Sale Agreement,” right through the closing and beyond. We are willing to travel anywhere in Massachusetts for the convenience of all involved.
Our attorneys have skillfully guided more than 26,000 people through the closing process, and have lectured widely on a variety of real estate topics, including Purchasing a Home, Title Five, Title Insurance, Loan Modifications, and Avoiding Foreclosure. Aside from closings, our attorneys can help you with any questions about real estate, from the review of a Purchase & Sale Agreement to exploring alternatives to bankruptcy and foreclosure.
We know that buying or refinancing a home is one of life’s most important events, and will do our best to make each real estate transaction as pleasant and efficient as possible. At Spillane Law Offices, we are Committed to Helping You.
Look through our Real Estate Archive to read about the closing process, find a quick mortgage calculator, or glance at an overview of the Massachusetts Homestead Act.
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We proudly represent buyers with a special place in our hearts for first-time homebuyers. We understand the excitement and anxiety that is involved, and will do our best to provide you with excellent service and a smooth closing.
Selling your home is one of the most important transactions you will make in your lifetime, whether it is your first or your tenth. At Spillane Law Offices, we are committed to protecting your legal rights as we guide you through the steps of this detailed real estate transaction.
Refinancing your home can be a difficult decision for homeowners, especially when faced with the multitude of choices involved. It is important to consider your financial situation and contact an attorney who can guide you in making the best decision for your future.