Christopher T. Salyer | Attorney | Real Estate Law | Fayetteville, NC

3800 Raeford Road | Fayetteville, NC 28304

(910) 864-6888

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Christopher T. Salyer brings a Western North Carolina point of view as an associate with Hutchens Law Firm, practicing in the area of Real Estate. Christopher’s clients appreciate his direct approach. In February 2016, Chris was nominated to serve as Vice Chair for the Real Estate Lawyers Association of North Carolina (RELANC) and then voted as Chair in 2017.

Chris was named Guardian Ad Litem on several incompetency cases – an experience that has formed his perspectives in practicing law and in life. He is also active in little league coaching.

He works at several of our real estate closing location.


Juris Doctor degree from Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law (1993)

Undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1990)


North Carolina State Bar (1993)

U.S. District Court (1993)


North Carolina Bar Association (present)

North Carolina Bar Association | Real Property Section (present)

Cumberland County Bar Association (present)

Home Builders Association of Fayetteville

Longleaf Pine REALTORS® Inc (formerly Fayetteville Regional Association of REALTORS®) | Legislative Committee


CHRIS SALYER | Martindale-Hubbell Notable Rating

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"Chris was our closing attorney when my wife and I purchased our first home together. He made the process easy, thoroughly answered any questions we had, and provided a great experience to wrapping up our final paperwork to become homeowners.”

-Caleb G.

"Our firm uses Hutchens Law Firm for residential closings and litigation work. Their staff is extremely professional and always responds in a timely manner.”

-Chris Manning, Owner of Manning Realty



NOTE: The cases and clients mentioned on this site are illustrative of the matters handled by the firm. Case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case. Not all results are provided. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.