Real Estate Law
What is a Real Estate Closing?
Closing is the final step in executing a real estate transaction.

The closing date is set during the negotiation phase, and can be very soon after the offer is formally accepted or it can be set for some time and date in the future (weeks or months). On the closing date, the parties consummate the purchase contract, and ownership of the property is transferred to the buyer. Ownership is officially transferred when the Deed is executed. The Deed is then recorded with the Chancery Clerk in the county in which the property is located.
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Why ​choose Robert Moorehead?
Robert "Bobby" Moorehead is the Lead Real Estate Closing Attorney in Mississippi. He was recently awarded the "Best Real Estate Attorney in Jackson" by popular vote.
Please call to discuss any questions you may have with buying, selling or refinancing real property. We have 15 years of experience dealing with real estate transactions, closing and escrow services, contracts, refinances, title searches, title insurance, owner financing documents, foreclosures and other issues related to real estate. We can help you with sound, experienced advice.  
   No matter the size of the real estate transaction you're making, you need representation to safeguard your best interests. Robert E. Moorehead Attorneys at Law PLLC is here to offer experienced legal advice for all sorts of real estate transactions.