7 Legal Considerations for Purchasing a Home Listed for Sale by Owner in South Carolina

While buying a home is usually a fairly straightforward process (even if you encounter a few unexpected hurdles along the way), this is because there is a lot that goes on behind the scenes. Good real estate agents do a lot to get deals to the closing table on time; and, when a seller is [...]

2020-12-26T15:41:49+00:00June 1st, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , |

Should You Hire a Lawyer for Your South Carolina Residential Real Estate Closing?

You’re buying a house in South Carolina. You have an agent, you’ve picked out your new home, and all that is left is to get through the closing process. Of course, this can be easier said than done. While many home purchases go off without a hitch, homebuyers do occasionally run into issues. An attorney [...]

2020-12-26T15:41:49+00:00April 1st, 2020|Categories: Real Estate|Tags: , |

What Terms Should You Negotiate in Your South Carolina Commercial Real Estate Lease?

Whether you are starting, expanding, or relocating your business in Summerville, one of the first steps you need to take from a legal perspective is to negotiate the terms of your lease. Commercial leases tend to be lengthy and complex (often unnecessarily so), and they are almost universally heavily one-sided in favor of the property [...]

2020-12-26T15:41:50+00:00February 1st, 2020|Categories: Real Estate|Tags: |

What Should I Consider Before Purchasing a Timeshare in South Carolina?

As a real estate attorney, located in Summerville, South Carolina, I have counseled clients on purchasing timeshares in South Carolina and even those facing a timeshare foreclosure. There are important questions that require answers before purchasing a timeshare. In this article, I will discuss canceling a timeshare contract, refunds and foreclosure procedures in South Carolina. Can [...]

When Should I Consider a Contract Rescission in South Carolina?

As a real estate attorney in Summerville, South Carolina, I have experience with people who did not get what they paid for. If you purchase a product, the price of the item should be proportional. For example, you purchased a large-ticket item, such as a house,  and soon discover that the seller did not disclose an [...]

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