Real estate closings and transactions are governed by a wide body of federal statutes, state statutes and common law. The requirements established by state law often differ significantly from one state to the next.
In a real estate closing, the deed is delivered to the buyer, the title is transferred, financing documents and title insurance policies are exchanged, and the agreed-on costs are paid. Some of the final documents, including the deed and mortgage, are then delivered to the local Town Clerk for recording. McCamley & Branchaud, P.C. can handle this with you to make it a smooth transaction.
Vermont is one of the last states in the nation where attorneys still handle the closing. The primary reason for this system is to make sure the entire process is completed with skill and accuracy. Mistakes can cost hundreds of thousands in damages, and lead to lawsuits that last years.
McCamley & Branchaud represents buyers and seller’s of real estate to ensure a smooth transaction without mistakes. We also represent several local banks such as People’s United Bank, Heritage Family Federal Credit Union, Lake Sunapee, Wells Fargo, First Brandon, and PHH Mortgage together with buyers of houses to make the closing process smooth. Millions of dollars in closing funds flow through our trust accounts each year without missing a penny of your money, and we handle many of the closings in Rutland County.
McCamley & Branchaud have over forty years of combined real estate experience and employ a trained staff that can make your closing a pain free process.
Call Matt or Jack today for a consultation, or tell your loan officer you want McCamley & Branchaud to handle your closing. You will be glad you did.
Matthew S. Branchaud, Esq.
McCamley & Branchaud, P.C.
24 Wales Street, Suite 6
Rutland, VT 05701
802-775-0064 ext. 21