Skilled Guidance In Real Estate Law
Investing in any type of real estate is often the biggest financial decision you will make. It is important that you fully understand all of the contract terms before you sign anything. This is true for both business owners buying commercial real estate and people buying single-family homes or multiple unit structures.
The Experienced Guidance You Need To Make Wise Choices
The way a contract is worded can seem insignificant. In reality, this wording along with specific clauses can make a marked difference in your options and financial responsibility. If you have a legal matter concerning real property, we are here to help. Call Johnston & Johnston, P.L.L.C., at 336-246-7194 for a free initial consultation.
How We Can Help
The lawyers at Johnston & Johnston, P.L.L.C., have a comprehensive knowledge of both residential and commercial real estate transactions. We can help you with all aspects of your North Carolina closing including:
- Purchase agreements
- Title insurance
- Title examinations
- Deeds and notes
- Real estate contracts
Do I Need A Contract?
There was a time when deals were made on a conversation and a handshake. In today’s real estate climate the best way to ensure all parties understand their rights and responsibilities is to create a clear and comprehensive contract. Not every situation requires a contract, but many transactions and people can benefit by spelling out “who gets what” and “what happens when” beforehand.
The Most Common Mistake
Perhaps the biggest and most crucial mistake people make is signing any legal document without really understanding of the terms. Protect yourself by working with an attorney who can read through your contract and tell you in plain English what the terms mean before you sign. Getting advice before you act can save you time, money and headaches down the line.
Unsure Of The Terms Of Your Contract?
Wondering if you need more legal protection? Johnston & Johnston, P.L.L.C., can offer the guidance you need. Contact us for a free initial consultation: 336-246-7194 or email us, and an attorney will respond promptly. We have served the people of Jefferson, North Carolina, and the surrounding communities for over 30 years, and we are the longest continuously running law firm in the county.