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North CarolinaReal Estate Law Lawyers in Buncombe County, North Carolina

Real Estate Law or Real Property Law can include legal issues involving both residential and commercial properties.


Real estate disputes can involve purchase contracts, assisting with the rental or sale of residential homes, commercial buildings, farm, ranch or rural land.


Real estate law also includes the financing of residence, foreclosure defense, land use and zoning issues and dispute between landlords and tenants.


When choosing a real estate lawyer in Buncombe County, North Carolina consider the attorney's experience in resolving similar disputes. Attorney fees are often charged on an hourly basis or at a flat rate... Read more »

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Laura E. Ceva

Laura E. Ceva
Ceva Law
68 Grove Street Suite B-5
Asheville, NC 28801
Licensed for 9 years, Laura E. Ceva is a Real Estate Law lawyer who attended Vermont Law School... read more >

Kassandra Moore

Kassandra Moore
The Lancaster Law Firm, PLLC
56 Central Avenue STE 203
Asheville, NC 28801
Licensed for 8 years, Kassandra Moore is a Real Estate Law lawyer who attended University of South Carolina School of Law... read more >

H Gregory Johnson

H Gregory Johnson
Ferikes & Bleynat
48 Patton Avenue 3rd Floor
Asheville, NC 28801
Licensed for 16 years, H Gregory Johnson is a Real Estate Law lawyer who attended Mississippi College School of Law... read more >

Jane Ann Dearwester

Jane Ann Dearwester
Ferikes & Bleynat, PLLC
48 Patton Avenue, Suite 300
asheville, NC 28801
Licensed for 20 years, Jane Ann Dearwester is a Real Estate Law and Landlord-Tenant Law lawyer who attended Duquesne University School of L... read more >

Jackson C. Bebber

Jackson C. Bebber
The Van Winkle Law Firm
11 North Market Street
Asheville, NC 28801
Licensed for 7 years, Jackson C. Bebber is a Real Estate Law and Civil Trial Law lawyer... read more >

Edward L Bleynat Jr

Edward L Bleynat Jr
Ferikes & Bleynat, PLLC
48 Patton, Suite 301
Asheville, NC 28801
Licensed for 32 years, Edward L Bleynat Jr is a Personal Injury and Real Estate Law lawyer who attended University of North Carolina School... read more >

Carolyn Clark Snipes

Carolyn Clark Snipes
P.O. Box 7647
Asheville, NC 28801
Licensed for 23 years, Carolyn Clark Snipes is a Residential Real Estate Law and Criminal Defense lawyer... read more >

Thomas Wilson Waters

Thomas Wilson Waters
PO Box 1144
Weaverville, NC 28787
Licensed for 8 years, Thomas Wilson Waters is a Criminal Defense and Estate and Probate Law lawyer who attended The John Marshall Law Schoo... read more >

William Martin Golson

William Martin Golson
Golson Law Firm
14 Stony Ridge
Asheville, NC 28804
Licensed for 47 years, William Martin Golson is a Commercial Real Estate Law and Wills lawyer who attended DePaul University College of Law... read more >
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Real Estate Law Specialty Areas

Board Certified in Real Property Law

Board Certified Specialist in Real Property Law in North Carolina - Real estate law was first proposed as a potential specialty area to the North Carolina Bar in 1982. Real estate law was divided into subcategories of commercial real estate and residential real estate in October of 1985.


Thereafter, the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization designated real property law, including the subspecialties of real property-residential transactions and real property-business, commercial, and industrial transactions as a field of law for certification of specialists under the North Carolina Plan of Legal Specialization.


State Bar Rules, Ch. 1, Subch. D, .2102 defines the specialty of "real property law" as the "practice of law dealing with real property transactions, including title examination, property transfers, financing, leases, and determination of property rights. Subspecialties in the field are identified and defined as follows:


(a) Real Property Law-Residential Transactions. The practice of law dealing with the acquisition, ownership, leasing, financing, use, transfer and disposition, of residential real property by individuals;


(b) Real Property Law-Business, Commercial, and Industrial Transactions. The practice of law dealing with the acquisition, ownership, leasing, management, financing, development, use, transfer, and disposition of residential, business, commercial, and industrial real property."



Nonprofit Legal Associations

American College of Real Estate Lawyers

Founded in 1978, ACREL is the largest organization in the United States for attorneys devoted to real estate law. Admission in ACREL is by invitation only after a rigorous screening procedure. The College gathers together the top real estate lawyers in North Carolina and throughout the country who are distinguished for their skill, experience and high standards of professional and ethical conduct.


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