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Real estate purchases: get as much information as you can before committing

Buying a home is a big decision, whether it’s your first time or fifteenth time. Each buyer has their own process for approaching home-buying, both on an emotional and a practical level. There are certain things that should always happen, though. Among them are thoroughly inspecting all prospective purchases for defects and necessary repairs.

Preventing, addressing construction contract disputes: work with experienced attorney

Anybody who has worked in the field of construction knows that disputes are common. Part of the reason for this is that there are many variables in construction projects, and often many parties are involved. Coordinating all construction activities so that things go according to a predetermined plan, ensuring that everybody is on the same boat as the project moves forward, and addressing issues which inevitably arise in the course of the project can be a real challenge.

Homeowners: Protect yourself as remodeling projects soar

If you are like many homeowners across North Carolina, you are looking for a housing upgrade. Typically, this would involve putting your home on the market and looking to buy a new one. However, we are in a very tricky housing market with very low supply in many areas. This combined with a high demand leads to skyrocketing house prices and bidding wars, which many buyers prefer to avoid.

Construction contracts: Making words speak as loud as actions

When it comes to completing work on your home, the only things that limit your options are the laws, your imagination and the money in your bank account. If you have the funds, the ideas and the permission, you can hire people to complete just about any demolition or construction job.

Acting fast can be critical in the event of construction delays

When it comes to home or office construction, people often joke about when a particular project is expected to be completed because it is not unusual for the completed date to get pushed further and further back because of delays. These delays are often frustrating and inconvenient, but sometimes they are unavoidable.

What happens if my construction contract is breached?

Signing a contract is something that should never be taken lightly. These legal documents, when properly drafted, set critical rules, guidelines and penalties that dictate the relationship between the signing parties. If a valid contract is breached, several steps can be taken to remedy the situation.

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