Upon transitioning from litigation to residential transactional real estate, I realized something refreshing. In real estate, everyone wants the deal to close.
In litigation, the interests of the parties are not aligned and the litigants, even in success, are still subjected to extreme stress and the expenditure of significant amounts of money. In a real estate transaction, assuming the buyer wants to buy and the seller wants to sell, the interests of all involved are the same. Everyone wants the deal to close.