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What Is a Construction Easement on Your Property in North Carolina?

For some property owners, a construction easement might seem like no big deal, especially if it's a "temporary construction easement."…

Superstreets takings: Why they are built and what your rights are

We get it, your home is your investment. And the type of road that runs in front of or alongside…

An easy-to-understand breakdown of utility easements

When the government is taking your land, there are several different classifications for what they are taking. In the law,…

3 reasons people accept tax value for their property (but shouldn’t!)

When the NCDOT (or another condemning authority) takes your land, they owe you just compensation. Many people want to know…

Is It Bad to Have an Easement on Your Property?

Easements are a fact of life for many property owners, and while they are not necessarily "bad," they are something…

What Is a Right of Way (ROW) Agent and Why Should Landowners Care?

As a landowner, you may encounter a Right of Way (ROW) agent during eminent domain land acquisition proceedings. Right of…

Not paid for leased space under eminent domain? (What if you could get paid?)

When the government takes property for a public use under eminent domain, impacted property owners are entitled to just compensation.…

Why refinancing may be key to keeping your eminent domain proceeds

Could refinancing your home determine whether you get the proceeds from your property condemnation - or your mortgage company does?…

What Are Damages to the Remainder?

Damages to the remainder refers to the decrease in value of the remaining land after an eminent domain taking. In…

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