Real Estate

Our attorneys have over 30 years of experience assisting clients with all aspects of real estate transactions. We provide efficient and detail oriented closing and settlement services. Our real estate team includes a Certified Public Accountant, which allows us to advise clients on all facets of a transaction. The Schweppe Law Firm represents developers, contractors, buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants and lenders across western North Carolina. We assist our clients in all aspects of selling, purchasing and refinancing residential, commercial and developed property.

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, The Schweppe Law Firm is often retained by other law firms to participate in complex commercial and industrial development projects.

Commercial, residential and land development transactions are always complicated. Your lawyer matters. Choose wisely.

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

The Schweppe Law Firm routinely advises clients as they navigate the entire scope of a real estate transaction such as:

  • Residential real estate transactions/loan closings
  • Commercial real estate transactions
  • Negotiating and drafting purchase agreements and contracts
  • Securing a title examination and title insurance
  • Assisting with development and construction permits
  • Negotiating and drafting commercial and residential lease agreements
  • Residential and Commercial construction financing
  • Workouts and Restructuring
  • Zoning
  • Homeowner and Condo Associations
  • Restrictive Covenants
  • Eminent Domain/Condemnation
  • Title Insurance claims
  • Litigation