The Role Of An Attorney In A North Carolina Real Estate Closing

IMG_0006Robert S. Thompson is an attorney practicing real estate and estate planning law in Moore County for the past 33 years. He is certified by the North
Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization as a Specialist in commercial and residential real estate transaction and also in estate planning and probate law. There have been vast changes in the law with respect to real property in the past 10 years and my conversation with Bob will attempt to explain the changes and requirements as well as the intricacies of real estate in Moore County in particular.Bob has served in the following capacities:

  • Chairman, Board of Zoning Adjustment, Town of Southern Pines – current
  • North Carolina Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Committee-current
  • North Carolina Bar Association Real Property Section Council
  • North Carolina Bar Association Real Property Task Force

Bob discusses a myriad of issues that both Buyers & Sellers of real estate should be aware of.

Moore County’s real estate market is very active and getting a better understanding of the closing procedure is a very important piece to the real estate transaction process.

Bob can be reached at his Southern Pines office : 325 West Pennsylvania Ave, Suite E, Southern Pines, N.C. 28387 – 910 692-2244.

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