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New Jersey Closing Attorneys

We handle both commercial and residential real estate closings throughout New Jersey. If you are purchasing or selling residential property in New Jersey we offer our services on a flat fee basis. If you are purchasing or selling commercial property in New Jersey please call our office to speak with a New Jersey closing attorney.

New Jersey Residential Closings – $1,000 Flat Legal Fee 

Residential Closings: $1,000 Flat Fee for both buyers and sellers of residential real estate in New Jersey with a purchase price of $1 million or less.* Our flat legal fee applies to residential properties in the following counties throughout New Jersey:

  • Bergen County
  • Burlington County
  • Essex County
  • Hudson County
  • Hunterdon County
  • Mercer County
  • Middlesex County
  • Monmouth County
  • Morris County
  • Ocean County
  • Passaic County
  • Somerset County
  • Sussex County
  • Union County
  • Warren County

Representation typically commences with attorney review and includes all of the following:

  • Review of the contract of sale
  • Letter of disapproval under attorney review clause
  • Negotiations with the other party
  • Riders and addendums to the contract of sale
  • Arrangements for title searches, title insurance, and survey
  • Review of title documents and survey
  • Assistance in the closing ceremony
  • Guidance through the whole process to make it as simple as possible

You only have three days after the contract of sale is signed to get an attorney to review the contract under the attorney review clause. Call us as soon as you sign the contract!

*The fee includes all correspondences such as certified mail, faxes and emails. The flat fee does not include charges by the title company for title searches, title insurance and settlement fees, survey and homeowners insurance. First payment of $500.00 is due at commencement. Second payment of $500.00 is due at the closing, only if you close. Short sale, foreclosure, condo, co-op, multi-family and estate transactions may be additional.