Okaloosa County Closing Attorney
Let Chesser & Barr, P.A. Assist You Today
Whether you’re buying a new house or refinancing an already existing
mortgage, seeking guidance from a closing attorney can help relieve any
unnecessary stress associated with the process. At
Chesser & Barr, P.A., our legal team has extensive experience assisting clients in a wide range of
real estate transactions, including closings.
Since 1978, our firm has served clients from our offices, conveniently
located in Shalimar and Crestview. We understand how exciting real estate
endeavors are, and we are here to ensure that the process is as easy as
possible. Our attorneys are well-versed in laws pertaining to property
management, and you can trust that we can handle the legal aspects of
We proudly serve clients throughout Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Walton, and Bay
Counties. Call (850) 610-7471
to learn how we can help today.
What does the closing attorney do?
Buying a home is undoubtedly one of the most important purchases you will
make in your life – it’s important that you put your best
foot forward by hiring an attorney who has a solid understanding of real
estate and property management. In the event that you find yourself with
an unsatisfactory real estate lawyer working on your behalf, you’ll
be glad to have a legal professional on your side to ensure you are not
being shortchanged in any way.
Our closing attorneys can help with the following:
Title examination: Checking the title on the property being sold
Title insurance: Ensuring that the insurance protects you in the event that a future problem
is found in the title
Document review: Present the necessary paperwork associated with the closing process
Record and disbursement: Dispersing transaction fees, including insurance premium, inspection fees,
and HOA dues.
Experienced Counsel When You Need it Most
Our service, our approach, and our focus is what allows us to offer unparalleled
legal counsel to our clients. When you come to our firm, you can expect
that we will help you stay centered on practical solutions, while navigating
you through any difficult situations that may arise.
Schedule a consultation with our Okaloosa County closing attorney today!