Steven S. Bloom, Esq.
Cushner & Bloom, P.C.
1170 Beacon Street Brookline MA 02446
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Steven Bloom, Esq., is licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Steven Bloom, Esq. is also licensed to practice in the State of Rhode Island.
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Sellers and Buyers
Buyer's and Seller's lawyers be involved as early as possible in the transaction to protect the parties and to answer the parties' legal questions. Each lawyer will usually deal with the Broker and the other party's Lawyer. The attorneys should be consulted on the Offer Form and should be used to negotiate and review the Purchase and Sales Agreement. The attorneys should be utilized to review any Restrictive Covenants, Condominium Documents and any Easements/Encumbrances/Liens on the property. Furthermore, we strongly believe that the Buyer and Seller should each obtain legal representation for the Closing.
The Closing Process
Buyer’s Side of the Transaction: Seller’s Side of the Transaction:
(1) Execution of Closing Documents, such as: 1. Bring Deed
The Note 2. Bring Smoke Detector & CO Certificate
The Mortgage 3. Bring “6D” Certificate (for Condos)
Loan Application 4. Bring final Water/Sewer bill (when not Truth-in-Lending Disclosure Condos)
Deed Restrictions/Covenants 5. Bring any necessary title clearing Tax/Insurance Escrow Documents documents Settlement Statement (“HUD-1”)
(2) Pay the Balance of Funds Owed
(3) Bring Evidence of Insurance
Phone: (617) 608-0019
Fax: (617) 608-0022