David A. Sapp
Attorney at Law, PLLC
The Florida Panhandle's Real Estate Law Attorney
In an uncertain economic environment, you want to do all you can to make sure each purchase or sale of real estate is a sound move. Too often people forego having an attorney review purchase agreements or mortgage documents, relying instead on the real estate agent or banker to look out for their interests. With an experienced Florida real estate attorney, you will have someone on your side, looking out for your best interests.
One of the ways you remove uncertainty from your Northwest Florida real estate transaction is by getting the counsel of an experienced real estate lawyer. I offer a wide range of services for real estate matters, beginning with pre-transaction advice and ending with the closing — including all points in between.
If you are thinking of buying or selling real estate anywhere in Escambia County or Santa Rosa County, Florida, call me today at 850-475-0500.
For more than 41 years, I have assisted clients in the successful completion of their real estate transactions providing experienced counsel for residential and commercial closings; representing buyer or seller.
When you make a major investment in a home or commercial property, don't trust a lender or real estate agent to look out for your interests. An experienced real estate attorney will conduct a timely title examination, check for any liens against the property, and protect your interests throughout the process. I also deliver fast, accurate document preparation for closings, so that your transaction is completed in a timely manner, as needed.
To schedule an appointment, call the law office of David A. Sapp, Attorney at Law, PLLC at
David A. Sapp, Attorney at Law, PLLC represents clients in Escambia County & Santa Rosa County, Florida.
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