The process of buying or selling a home is difficult and stressful at best. It can be overwhelming whether you are an experienced real estate investor or a first-time homebuyer. Paperwork is the name of the game when it comes to real estate legal processes, so it’s important to know what and how to prepare the right documents for your needs. At the Law Offices of David Brunelle, we offer several services to help you navigate the legal component of buying or selling real estate property.

Representing Buyers and Sellers

Do you want to buy a new home but don’t know where to start? The prospect of so much paperwork can be daunting, but Attorney David Brunelle has over 25 years of experience as a top real estate lawyer in Western Massachusetts. We can provide guidance and support as you navigate the journey from looking for a home all the way to the closing and beyond. The same is true if you plan on selling your home – or if you want to do both. For experienced real estate investors, we offer the same guidance and results to navigate the process in a professional and thorough manner. 

Real Estate Closings

The official closing is one of the more paperwork heavy aspects of any real estate agreement. When it comes to real estate closings, you want to make sure you have all of the correct paperwork. A closing attorney also coordinates with the other relevant participants in the sale like the lender, the buyer and seller, and even potential home insurance companies and local tax departments. Since the real estate closing is the official transfer of property ownership, it’s important you have a proficient, knowledgeable attorney you can trust.

Purchase and Sales Agreement

A purchase and sale agreement is a legal document that reflects the contract between the buyer and seller of a property, The PSA includes information about the agreement such as the price, terms, and other details. Since this document needs to be accurate and reflects all necessary information, experience and precision is important. Another aspect to the purchase and sales agreement deals with including provisions for any potential concerns that could come up before closing. The legal language matters because of the protection it offers to both the buyer and the seller. While the PSA process is its own document, a real estate attorney also addresses and manages any concerns with the title of the property in question. Since complex title scenarios are daunting and complicated, having an experienced attorney on your side can make the process simpler and less stressful.

Attorney David Brunelle uses his 25 years of experience in Western Massachusetts and Northern Connecticut to successfully and professionally guide you through all steps of the real estate legal process. Learn more at or email to get started.