Residential Real Estate
For many people, buying a home is probably the single biggest investment they will make. Similarly, a home is often the most valuable asset most people will ever have. But because most people aren't lawyers, realtors or mortgage brokers — buying or selling residential real estate is a hectic and often confusing experience.
As the mortgage crisis showed, real estate professionals don't always have the best interests of buyers and sellers in mind. Our residential real estate lawyers are on your side and yours alone. Take steps to protect your investment and call or contact our firm online to discuss your residential real estate needs today.
With a Iredell County tradition dating back to 1873, Crosswhite, Crosswhite & Johnson, PLLC has a long and rich history with North Carolina real estate law. In fact, a predecessor of our firm helped in the forming and foundation of Iredell County. Over the years we have done a great deal of title work throughout the area and have assisted in countless local real estate transactions.
Today, our firm meets a full range of residential real estate legal needs for people throughout the area. Our attorneys have a deep understanding of North Carolina's residential real estate laws and requirements, and several decades of combined legal experience from which to draw in helping you accomplish your goals. Our practice includes:
- Buy and sell agreements
- Real estate deeds
- Real estate contracts
- Residential real estate closings
- 1031 tax free exchanges