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Real Estate Lawyer in McKinney, TX

At the Law Office of Bradley Voyles, we recognize that when you purchase real estate you are not only investing money in your new home but also in your future. Most people who buy new homes agree to 15-, 20-, or 30-year mortgages with fixed-interest rates. Regardless of whether the current real estate market is “hot,” “cool,” or buyer-friendly, mortgages are significant long-term financial obligations of hundreds of thousands and even millions of dollars.  

Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or buying an investment property or vacation home, we invite you to contact us before signing any contracts. Our McKinney real estate attorney, Bradley Voyles, is happy to represent his clients’ financial interests in these major real estate transactions. We can review contracts and help you evaluate your situation to prevent any surprises that could create legal issues for you down the road. 

Speak with our real estate attorney by calling (214) 833-7717 or send us a message using our contact form. We accept clients from McKinney, Plano, Frisco, Allen, and surrounding areas.

    "Brad has been an absolute Godsend. From the first time I met him he has taken care of everything that has come up with my legal situation."

    - Cecilia K.

    "His diligence, professionalism, and quality of work was outstanding. We couldn't have asked for a better attorney!"

    - April W.

    "Bradley is so nice and patient with us!! He created a couple property deeds for us, and was very easy to get ahold of and work with."

    - Haley P.

    "Mr. Brad provided me with clear guidance on the direction I need to take and my position of power in this scenario."

    - Deesha P.

    "You're going to be hard pressed to find a more attentive, compassionate, and PROFESSIONAL individual. Mr. Voyles answered my email inquiry almost immediately, and took the time to hear out my concerns, as well as offer some great advice."

    - Shaun H.

    "I called and told the secretary that it was time sensitive and I needed the answer ASAP. Within an hour I received a detailed email with the issues to consider."

    - Daniela B.

    "Very good communication and even gets things done on weekends. For sure 10/10!"

    - Franchesca D.

    "If I were an attorney, I would hate to go up against him but as a client, I wouldn't go into a courtroom without him!"

    - Adrienne R.

    "Brad was very approachable, knowledgeable, very responsive and transparent. I contacted him after talking to a few other Attorneys. My initial conversation with him was all that was required to choose him as my attorney."

    - Nishant M.

    "He was always on time and worked very quickly and did not make me wait around forever. I will be recommending him if the opportunity ever comes!"

    - David S.

    "Mr. Voyles provided valuable information in regards to a situation with my daughter and her family."

    - Kevin S.

    "Reached out to attorney Bradley Voyles after hours & he responded immediately to my call. His counsel & advise was excellent & the matter addressed with expediency & professionalism."

    - Mairead H.

Real Estate Lawyer in McKinney, TX

At the Law Office of Bradley Voyles, we recognize that when you purchase real estate you are not only investing money in your new home but also in your future. Most people who buy new homes agree to 15-, 20-, or 30-year mortgages with fixed-interest rates. Regardless of whether the current real estate market is “hot,” “cool,” or buyer-friendly, mortgages are significant long-term financial obligations of hundreds of thousands and even millions of dollars.  

Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or buying an investment property or vacation home, we invite you to contact us before signing any contracts. Our McKinney real estate attorney, Bradley Voyles, is happy to represent his clients’ financial interests in these major real estate transactions. We can review contracts and help you evaluate your situation to prevent any surprises that could create legal issues for you down the road. 

Speak with our real estate attorney by calling (214) 833-7717 or send us a message using our contact form. We accept clients from McKinney, Plano, Frisco, Allen, and surrounding areas.

Do You Need a Real Estate Lawyer in Texas? 

When you initially receive a purchase agreement or contract for a new home, it may feel like you need to learn a foreign language to understand its terms and conditions. Real estate laws change frequently and vary from state to state so, even if you’ve purchased property before or outside the state, you may find that you feel just as unprepared as you did the first time. Some states legally require sellers and purchasers to have real estate lawyers present at closing because they have a deeper understanding of the state’s real estate laws and can help clients understand the documents they’re signing. 

Although Texas doesn’t require the presence of a real estate lawyer at any phase of the buying process, it may still be a good idea to consult one before signing any paperwork. They can spot issues that could otherwise harm your financial well-being. 

Purchasing Real Estate in Denton County and Collin County

Rather than take any chances that could jeopardize your hard-earned money, contact the Law Office of Bradley Voyles. Attorney Bradley Voyles has been practicing in Texas for over 20 years, and he has helped countless Texans avoid risky financial situations. We can review agreements with your mortgage lender and help you fully understand the mortgage you will be paying for the next two or three decades. 

Some mortgages contain clauses that could prevent you from paying off your mortgage early or penalize you for making extra payments. These clauses are designed to squeeze every penny out of you, purely for the benefit of the lender. We know how to spot these items. We carefully read your mortgage documents and purchase agreements to help you avoid agreeing to something that could cause you financial problems. 

If you’re buying a new home, we can help you protect your financial interests. Call or message us today to schedule a free phone consultation with our real estate lawyer.