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The lawyers writing in Representing Consumers in Massachusetts Real Estate Transactions offer advice drawn from years of real estate practice in Massachusetts. Because state law requires an attorney to be involved in every real estate transaction, lawyers practicing in the state must be prepared to tackle many cases, and to understand the specific issues that can occur in consumer real estate law. Disclosure statements, purchase and sale agreements, and foreclosure laws all come into play quite frequently in real estate deals, and they all have their own particular intricacies. The authors of this Aspatore legal title cover all of the above matters and add discussion of litigation concerns and tactics, transfers of title and title insurance, real estate loans, and specialized issues such as the purchase of condominium units. These experts also provide guidance on dealing with the Massachusetts real estate bar and meeting the specialized standards it has developed. Real estate law in Massachusetts is an active area of practice, and this book will provide key insights for the attorneys handling it.