Purchasing a home in cash holds a myriad of benefits for both parties. For the buyer, it presents the possibility of a faster closing and allows you a strong negotiating position. The seller, on the other hand, may also face fewer obstacles such as waiting on buyer approval. Though a cash closing is typically simpler …

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The Importance of Understanding the Agreement When buying or selling a home, one of the most important documents you will sign is the Offer to Purchase and Contract. This is a legally binding document that details the terms and conditions of the transaction, and also sets a fixed timeline for the closing. Often, the contract …

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What Really Happens On Closing Day Real estate closings have a reputation for being stressful, complicated, and time-consuming. But do you really know what happens on closing day? Here is a summary from experienced Monroe, NC real estate attorneys about what to expect on closing day and some helpful tips to make sure everything goes …

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  Spring home-buying season is upon us! While buying a new home should be exciting and fun, there are also major legal considerations at each step of the home buying process. If you are not careful, you can easily make a legal mistake that can have long-lasting consequences. First time home buyers can be especially …

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  Spring home-buying season is right around the corner.  Buying a home will probably be one of the biggest investments you ever make, and the process can be time-consuming and confusing.  Finding a good real estate attorney should be at the top of your to-do list if you are planning to purchase a home soon. …

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  Get to know your local Monroe, NC attorneys at Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long LLP.     Ashley McBride joined Perry, Bundy, Plyer & Long in 2016 after graduating Magna Cum Laude from Campbell Law. Ashley focuses her practice on Real Estate, Estate Planning, Estate Administration, and Elder Law, and Special Needs Planning.   …

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  We often work with families or business associates that want joint ownership of a property but aren’t sure which type of ownership structure is best for their unique situation. The owners of the property are referred to as tenants. With the help of an experienced real estate attorney, finding the best way to hold …

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WHY DO YOU NEED AN ATTORNEY FOR A REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION? Buying or selling a home may end up being the most significant financial transaction you ever engage in, one that affects all aspects of your life.  You likely don’t know all things you need to know to protect yourself.  That’s why it’s best to …

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