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Do I need an attorney to sell my property?

Thinking about listing your property on the market in Charlotte? The decision to move to a new home or sell your office is a big one. You shouldn't make this decision in the spur of the moment. It's something you need to research and prepare for so that you get fair value for the property and are not signing a sale agreement that has hidden language. So, do you need an attorney to sell your property?

Before you put a contract in place for the sale of your property, it's best to have an attorney review the listing agreement and then draft the terms of the sale. Your attorney will be able to suggest different clauses to include in the contract, such as right of first refusal.

If the seller prefers to use the contract provided by their real estate agent, an attorney can help you review this contract. If there are issues in the contract that the agent doesn't want to change, you and the attorney can then draft your own contract to use for the sale.

If you only receive one offer on the property, there isn't much to do with the attorney. If multiple offers are submitted for the purchase of your property, you should consult with the attorney on every single offer.

An attorney will also be able to help you resolve any issues with the deed to the property if the buyer's attorney finds something wrong. Your attorney will also create the deed that transfers ownership of the property to the buyer.

As you can see, having an experienced real estate attorney by your side when selling a property in North Carolina can make the entire process much easier. You will be able to avoid disputes and find mistakes in the contract before it's too late.

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