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Residential Real Estate

Residential Real Estate


Real estate is property consisting of the land and the buildings on it, natural resources such as crops, minerals or water — immovable property. Real property is land and appurtenances, including anything of a permanent nature such as structures, trees and minerals.

Get Help from a Raleigh Real Estate Attorney


Purchasing a home is the largest financial transaction of most peoples’ lives. Issues can arise at all stages of home buying. You will likely have several questions you need answered such as how to pay for your new home, how to make an offer and how much should your offer be, inspections and repairs prior to closing, and deed preparation. It is important that you have protected yourself before you sign any final documents. You should know what you are buying and all the good and bad about it. It is important to know your rights and have them explained to you by a North Carolina real estate attorney.

Real estate law encompasses a broad range of issues in relation to property law that you may have never thought about before. That’s where the experience and personal touch of the attorney with the Brady Law Firm in Raleigh, North Carolina become your best source of information. A principle of contract law dictates that real estate transactions be in writing.

Areas of real estate law issues Brady Boyette can help you with:

Typical home purchases
Real estate transactions
Easement disputes
Foreclosures
Property taxes
Capital gains
Deeds
Mortgages
Insurance
Regulation

The sale and lease of real estate in the United States are major economic activities and are regulated by state and federal laws. The sale of residential property is also heavily regulated. All states require real estate agents and brokers, who earn a commission from the owner of real estate for selling the property, to be licensed. Contract law governs the sale of real estate. Since real estate transactions involve the sale of land, real property law also influences real estate law. For instance, the seller of property must show that that the title he or she is offering is marketable. Thus, the seller must prove that he or she owns title to the property and that no third party has an undisclosed interest in the property.

Consult North Carolina Real Estate Attorney Brian Brady


Owners can protect themselves from legal issues by taking the time to find all the information about buying real estate and discussing any potential problems with an attorney at Brady Boyette in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Contact our law office for a free consultation about your particular situation.
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Residential Real Estate


Real estate is property consisting of the land and the buildings on it, natural resources such as crops, minerals or water — immovable property. Real property is land and appurtenances, including anything of a permanent nature such as structures, trees and minerals.

Get Help from a Raleigh Real Estate Attorney


Purchasing a home is the largest financial transaction of most peoples’ lives. Issues can arise at all stages of home buying. You will likely have several questions you need answered such as how to pay for your new home, how to make an offer and how much should your offer be, inspections and repairs prior to closing, and deed preparation. It is important that you have protected yourself before you sign any final documents. You should know what you are buying and all the good and bad about it. It is important to know your rights and have them explained to you by a North Carolina real estate attorney.

Real estate law encompasses a broad range of issues in relation to property law that you may have never thought about before. That’s where the experience and personal touch of the attorney with the Brady Law Firm in Raleigh, North Carolina become your best source of information. A principle of contract law dictates that real estate transactions be in writing.

Areas of real estate law issues Brady Boyette can help you with:

Typical home purchases
Real estate transactions
Easement disputes
Foreclosures
Property taxes
Capital gains
Deeds
Mortgages
Insurance
Regulation

The sale and lease of real estate in the United States are major economic activities and are regulated by state and federal laws. The sale of residential property is also heavily regulated. All states require real estate agents and brokers, who earn a commission from the owner of real estate for selling the property, to be licensed. Contract law governs the sale of real estate. Since real estate transactions involve the sale of land, real property law also influences real estate law. For instance, the seller of property must show that that the title he or she is offering is marketable. Thus, the seller must prove that he or she owns title to the property and that no third party has an undisclosed interest in the property.

Consult North Carolina Real Estate Attorney Brian Brady


Owners can protect themselves from legal issues by taking the time to find all the information about buying real estate and discussing any potential problems with an attorney at Brady Boyette in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Contact our law office for a free consultation about your particular situation.

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