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North Carolina Real Estate Lawyers You Can Trust

Whether you are buying a home, negotiating an office build-out or litigating an easement dispute, the attorneys at Gavin & Cox, Attorneys at Law are available to help. By using our extensive knowledge about property rights, real estate issues, finance and business, we are able to work with you to resolve all important real estate issues, including:

  • Residential home sales transactions
  • Commercial property sales transactions
  • Homeowners associations
  • Condominium law
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Evictions
  • Foreclosures
  • Real estate contracts
  • Eminent domain
  • Zoning, land use and building permits
  • Boundary and easement disputes
  • Title disputes

Real estate transaction attorneys

Anxiety often accompanies the excitement of buying or selling your home. At Gavin & Cox, Attorneys at Law, we skillfully represent you from offer to sale and work to ease your concerns. Our attorneys conduct smooth and precise transactions during all stages of the home buying and selling experience:

  • Draft or review your sales contract
  • Negotiate real estate agreement
  • Review your lending documents
  • Search and clear title
  • Analyze your deal and rectify potential problems
  • Handle land use, zoning and permitting
  • Conduct your real estate closing

We also assist corporate and commercial clients in real estate transactions involving commercial properties, such as buying, selling, renting and leasing office space.

Real estate litigation lawyers
When facing the stress of real estate litigation, having an attorney with substantial knowledge about North Carolina property laws and civil litigation by your side can lighten the burden. Along with our dynamic courtroom demeanor, we possess more than 95 years of combined courtroom experience necessary to successfully litigate your real estate disputes.

Real estate negotiators
When it is in your best interest to solve a real estate dispute outside the courtroom, our effective mediators guide negotiations toward equitable solutions. By retaining an experienced mediator to negotiate your contracts, you can often save unnecessary stress, time and money and feel confident you have made the most beneficial deal.

Contact experienced North Carolina real estate attorneys
Call Gavin & Cox, Attorneys at Law at 336-629-2600 or contact us online to schedule an appointment with a real estate attorney in our Asheboro office.