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OK here is a simple question. I need the response from those of you experienced enough in the negotiaition game. So Im working with my attorney right, and Im paying attention to what he really does. Ive made three offers and have actually had the contracts sent to my attorneys office and then I go and sign, but these contracts are really straight forward. Im wondering when do you REALLY need your attorney, at the moment of signing the contract onwards or can I just use common sense(I am very intelligent..:))structure my deals and then when it comes time for say title search I then bring in my attorney. It seems to me that paying my atorney on average of $100 per signing(I mean he does call the sellers atorney if and when they are snags, but on these three offers they were minamal)is a little bit of a waste.

So from you experts please tell me when do you actually bring in your attorney on a deal.
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