Legal BriefsB. DianeHeindelAttorney at LawTHE REAL DEALWhen it comes to making the largest purchase in their lives, homebuyers should leave nothing to chance. It is important that an attorneywho has real estate experience review a real estate contract and provideadvice that could help avoid errors, omissions, misinterpretations, oreven misrepresentations that could jeopardize a sale or lead to a legalproblem. For instance, by making a sales contract not only contingentupon a professional home inspection, but also the full approval ofits results, buyers can protect themselves from being faced with anunsatisfactory inspection and an obligation to purchase the property. Inaddition, it is important that buyers carefully review sellers' disclosurestatements to learn as much as possible about the property.Do you have any questions about today's column? At the Law Office ofB.DIANE HEINDEL, P.C., I have years of experience dealing in a widevariety of real estate, family, civil law issues,as well as being a certifiedmediator. Call 903-533-9900 in order to schedule a consultation.My office is located at 407 E. 4th Street.HINT: Real estate buyers should cross check the seller's disclosureswith the city building permit and zoning reports in an effort to identifywork that was completed without a permit and may not have beenperformed to code.www.heindel-law.com

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Legal Briefs B. Diane Heindel Attorney at Law THE REAL DEAL When it comes to making the largest purchase in their lives, home buyers should leave nothing to chance. It is important that an attorney who has real estate experience review a real estate contract and provide advice that could help avoid errors, omissions, misinterpretations, or even misrepresentations that could jeopardize a sale or lead to a legal problem. For instance, by making a sales contract not only contingent upon a professional home inspection, but also the full approval of its results, buyers can protect themselves from being faced with an unsatisfactory inspection and an obligation to purchase the property. In addition, it is important that buyers carefully review sellers' disclosure statements to learn as much as possible about the property. Do you have any questions about today's column? At the Law Office of B.DIANE HEINDEL, P.C., I have years of experience dealing in a wide variety of real estate, family, civil law issues,as well as being a certified mediator. Call 903-533-9900 in order to schedule a consultation. My office is located at 407 E. 4th Street. HINT: Real estate buyers should cross check the seller's disclosures with the city building permit and zoning reports in an effort to identify work that was completed without a permit and may not have been performed to code. www.heindel-law.com