When it comes to real estate clients, law firms have their hands full with more than just drafting contracts. Buying and selling properties are often very relationship-driven projects, especially when things like inheritance or first-time investments are involved.
When it comes to representing those who are buying or selling real estate, your clients usually have some degree of personal attachment, and their discussions can be a bit more hands-on. In addition, there is also a lot of negotiation involved with buying property, especially when real estate agents battle it out for the highest bidder. These negotiations are often witnessed by and mitigated by a real estate paralegal in place of lawyers.
With all this in mind, real estate paralegals still have the responsibility of staying on track with everything else on top of managing the actual client relationship. Here is how automation helps Massachusetts real estate paralegals make sure that the ball doesn’t drop on either front.