In Illinois, most standard form residential real estate contracts contain an “attorney review” clause. Typically, a buyer makes a written offer by submitting the contract with proposed terms to the seller. To assist sellers in understanding the attorney review period, we unpacked what the process looks like.
When the closing date approaches, there are a few items the seller must consider. We rounded up a guide that walks the seller through the process of closing the sale of their property and starting a new chapter.