At Pope McMillan, our attorneys are highly regarded throughout North Carolina for their knowledge and experience in real estate, land use and zoning issues. Whether you are attempting to get a property rezoned or get a specific project through city hall, we can advise you. We will carefully evaluate each client’s matter and advise on the best route. We will pursue whatever legal action is necessary to meet your objectives.
Land Use And Zoning Issues
We work with clients facing land use issues, specifically zoning concerns, because they need the expertise of a seasoned attorney. Zoning issues are complicated regardless of whether the property or zone has been classified as residential, commercial or industrial. In order to move your project forward, it is critical you have counsel who understands the process, the purpose behind a regulation and the government officials involved. We have built a solid practice on understanding all of these facets of a zoning matter and by getting results for our clients.
Avoid Issues: Hire Experienced Counsel For Real Estate Transactions
We are experienced in guiding clients through the process of purchasing, selling, or developing real estate. We have counseled clients through real estate transactions including residential, commercial and government property throughout the state.
Real estate transactions can be complicated. We can assist clients with all aspects of a lease, sale, ownership, and development of commercial and residential property. Hiring an attorney can help prevent any future issues as well as address difficulties throughout the process.
Our lawyers have experience assisting clients with many types of real estate transactions and issues, including:
- Deed preparation
- Federal and state disclosure documents
- Like-kind exchanges/tax-deferred transactions
- Commercial or residential real estate closings
- Restrictive covenants
- Title opinions
- Title searches
Hiring a skilled attorney can help you avoid issues you may encounter. However, we can also help you if issues arise during or after a project or transaction. Our accomplished attorneys can also assist with your litigation needs should that be necessary.
We represent clients throughout Iredell County from our offices in Statesville. Call us at 704-873-2131, or contact us through our online form to find out more information about our services.