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Personal and Commercial Real Estate

Your Pitt County real estate law firm!

Commercial Real Estate

If you are looking to develop property or land, a lot of obstacles can stand in your way. Land use permits, zoning requirements, and municipal plans can be just as hard to handle as your subcontractors. Start your project out with a solid foundation: legal advice from the experienced real estate law attorneys at Owens & Nelson. We have worked with developers in Pitt County and throughout North Carolina with contracts, zoning committee hearings, requests for variances and representing your interests at the City Council and other municipal meetings. With an office in Greenville near the state and federal courthouses, we have been the Pitt County community law firm for nearly 60 years.

Residential Real Estate

Since Owens & Nelson was founded nearly 60 years ago, we have helped Pitt County residents with residential real estate needs. We can help with comprehensive guidance and representation, including:

  • Buying or selling your home
  • Avoiding foreclosure
  • Boundaries and property line disputes
  • Contractors disputes
  • Home improvements including mechanical liens
  • Tenants’ rights
  • Eminent domain
  • Covenants, conditions and restrictions
  • Condominiums, associations and association fees
  • Zoning
  • Construction defects and toxic mold
  • Easements

We have a reputation for prompt, efficient, and personal service. Because we are a full-service legal firm, our clients do not have to seek out other legal advice every time they need help. For help throughout North Carolina with real estate law, call Owens & Nelson at 252-757-3300 or come by at 201 W. Third Street, Greenville, NC 27834.

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