Confusing situation trying to buy my grandfather’s property in PR

Hi realestate, my grandfathers sister has been in possession/custody of a building (land is separate and owned by the town) after my grandfather passed in 1993, and now wants to sell, and she would like to keep the sale/building within the family. If I wanted to finance the home, can I just do this with lawyers/contracts on both sides without involving real estate fees/commissions. Reason is the property is in Puerto Rico and apparently I have to get an attorney to review any buyer/seller contracts anyways so I feel like I might as well cut out the other “middle man”. I have been trying to figure out Puerto Rican real estate and I am way out my depth.

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Hi realestate, my grandfathers sister has been in possession/custody of a building (land is separate and owned by the town) after my grandfather passed in 1993, and now wants to sell, and she would like to keep the sale/building within the family. If I wanted to finance the home, can I just do this with lawyers/contracts on both sides without involving real estate fees/commissions. Reason is the property is in Puerto Rico and apparently I have to get an attorney to review any buyer/seller contracts anyways so I feel like I might as well cut out the other “middle man”. I have been trying to figure out Puerto Rican real estate and I am way out my depth. submitted by /u/5FeetHighAndRising [link] [comments]

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