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Skilled Guidance With Real Estate Matters

At The Schweppe Law Firm, P.A., our attorneys have decades of combined experience assisting clients with all aspects of real estate transactions. Based in Shelby, we represent developers, contractors, buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants and lenders across western North Carolina.

Our law firm has worked closely with local surveyors, real estate agents, developers and lending institutions for over 30 years. These established personal relationships can be invaluable when navigating a complex real estate transaction.

We encourage you to give us a call at 704-243-5124 to discuss your specific situation.

What Type Of Real Estate Issue Are You Facing?

The Schweppe Law Firm, P.A., routinely advises clients as they navigate the entire scope of a real estate transaction. This includes:

  • Commercial real estate — A significant portion of our real estate practice is devoted to industrial projects and land development in western North Carolina. Because of our local knowledge and experience, we are often retained by other law firms to participate in complex commercial and industrial development projects.
  • Zoning and land use — Local zoning regulations have a large impact on how property can be used. Our lawyers are skilled at helping clients protect and advance their interest within the zoning system.
  • Eminent domain — If a government entity or utility seeks to take land for an infrastructure project, we can help you protect your rights. This includes the right to receive proper compensation for a taking of property by the government.

Commercial and residential real estate transactions require an experienced and detail-oriented attorney to help a buyer or seller understand the entire scope of their rights and obligations prior to executing a purchase agreement, contract or lease. Regardless of the nature of your real estate transaction, our attorneys will protect your legal and financial interests.

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