Should My Real Estate Law Firm Go Paperless?

If you’ve been debating whether or not it’s worth it to take your law firm into the realm of paperless offices, you’re not alone. Running a paper-based office taxes manpower, space, and your budget, but many attorneys have doubts as to whether the effort and cost to convert will really…

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Five Tips For New Real Estate Attorneys

If you’re starting out as a new real estate attorney, things may seem a bit overwhelming at first. Whether you’re joining a firm or going solo, you’ve got a lot of opportunities to lay a solid foundation for your career and plenty of chances to make mistakes, too. These tips…

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How Real Estate Lawyers Can Provide Better Client Service

Real estate lawyers can grow healthy, even thriving, practices by providing better client service, beginning with intake, and continuing throughout the entire transaction and beyond. Clients who get excellent service make more referrals and offer other support that helps you grow your practice, such as online reviews and social media…

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Ensuring Complete Loan Applications For Residential Mortgages

The mortgage industry has gone through some significant changes since the implementation of TRID (TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule) in late 2015. The entire mortgage production chain has to work more quickly to produce compliant and accurate loan and closing documents, and the new requirements have caused confusion and bottlenecks resulting…

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