Let Landon A. Dunn, Attorney At Law Help You In The Area Of Real Estate

Real Estate can be one of the biggest purchases one can make. Make sure you have someone representing your interests. The law Office of Landon Dunn can help with your Residential Real Estate or Commercial Real Estate issues.

Attorney Landon Dunn has represented buyers and sellers of Real Estate in the Charlotte area for over forty years. She will walk you through the process, and make sure you understand the Settlers Agreement and other documents.

Unlike many Real Estate Attorneys, Landon insists on careful treatment of Client Personal Information and Financial Information. She has tight procedures involving wiring transactions for the large dollar transfers involved in real estate transactions and for the other sensitive information which she does not feel should be sent via easily hacked emails or on-line forms.

Although most of her Real Estate practice involves Residential Real Estate, Landon has an active practice regarding Commercial Real Estate. A commercial closing has similar steps to a residential closing. The offer to purchase contract may be even more detailed. The lender may have stringent requirements including environmental surveys, more detailed land surveys and more financial details regarding your company.

If you are looking for legal help regarding Residential Real Estate or Commercial Real Estate in the Matthews area, please call Landon Dunn or fill out our contact form.

Residential Closing

The closing process begins when you sign an Offer to Purchase. This is the agreement between a buyer and a seller which identifies the buyer and seller, establishes the price, the amounts of the non-refundable diligence deposit and escrow deposit. It… Read More

Commercial Closing

A commercial closing has similar steps to a residential closing. The offer to purchase contract may be even more detailed. The lender may have stringent requirements including environmental surveys, more detailed land surveys and more financial detai… Read More

Title Research

A title search is an examination of the public records that discovers any liens, defects, restrictions, easements, etc. to which a property may be subject. A title search provides information to the requester (usually an attorney for North Carolina c… Read More

Document Drafting

Most real estate transactions involve three legal documents. The General Warranty Deed is the legal document through which someone acquires ownership of property. A Promissory Note is a borrower’s promise to repay the loan they took to buy the… Read More

Refinancing

Many people refinance their mortgage to secure a lower interest rate to obtain cash from the equity in their home. Once the lender approves the loan, the title request is sent to the attorney. The attorney searches the title to determine any title de… Read More