Real Estate

Is It Better To Work With An Attorney Or Real Estate Agent?

When investing in a new home or commercial property, you want to be sure that you are making the right decisions. With that in mind, even though Indiana does not require you to involve a lawyer when buying or selling real estate – it is still wise to work with one.

Whether the transaction is straightforward or complex, trust Scott & Aplin LLC, to help you make an informed decision. Let us put your concerns to rest, so you can be confident in your purchase or sale today.

What Can A Lawyer Do That An Agent Can’t?

Licensed to practice real estate law in both Indiana and Ohio, attorney Robert Douglas Aplin has nearly 20 years of experience to guide you.

In matters of real estate, he can help you:

  • Protect your interests and rights as a buyer or seller
  • Review or make changes to a sale or purchase agreement
  • Draft a contract that addresses a unique situation
  • Tackle any legal disputes that may arise during or after
  • Avoid potential snags or complications in the process

While you can work with a real estate agent, they are often only able to assist with standardized transactions. For this reason, it is best to let an attorney deal with more sophisticated issues.

Need Guidance For Other Real Estate Concerns?

In addition to our transactional services, we also represent homeowners’ associations (HOAs) in Fort Wayne and the surrounding areas. Enlist our services when your HOA needs help enforcing community rules, preparing legal documents or resolving disputes.

For more information on other ways attorney Aplin and our team can be of service to you or your business, reach out to us at 260-200-5321. You may also send us your inquiries online using our contact

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