Providing there are no issues arising from the Title Search. Closings usually happen between 20-60 days.
Unfortunately, we have to wait as close to the closing as possible to ensure the numbers are as accurate as they can be. This is usually 1-2 business days, and with some lenders or last minute information and changes, can be as close as a few hours before scheduled closing.
In North Carolina, when you buy a home, you will need to do so through an attorney. You will be getting more benefits for less—especially when compared to closing costs of some other states.
North Carolina works under the “approved attorney system” wherein the authorized practice of law in the state has licensed attorneys, or paralegals under the direct supervision of a licensed attorney, conducting real estate closings. There are no abstracting or escrow companies, per se.
Typically Mecklenburg, Iredell, Lincoln, Gaston, Union, Rowan, Stanley and Catawba. If you have a different county, please contact us ahead of time.
Yes. In the state of North Carolina you will still need an Estate Attorney to complete the closing.