Residential And Commercial Closings

Don't Take This Important Financial Step Alone

Buying or selling your home or other property is an exciting time. It can also be a stressful time. Whether you are purchasing your first home, selling your house to buy another or purchasing land for your business, you deserve experienced and personalized legal help to help you make this significant personal and financial step easier.

Moncks County attorney Jeffrey S. Weathers has more than 15 years of experience handling real estate transactions for residential and business clients in Berkeley County and other areas of South Carolina. He understands that taking the complexity out of real estate transactions shouldn't come at the expense of providing our clients with personal attention and responding to their concerns. Whether our client is purchasing property for the first time or works in real estate, we are committed to giving them certainty throughout the process and helping them realize their personal, business and other financial goals.

Real Estate Services In South Carolina

In South Carolina, it is required to have legal representation from an attorney to complete a loan closing with a bank. We can represent you if you are seeking a loan from a bank to purchase a home or commercial property.

We also handle all other aspects of real estate closings in the state. We draft sale/purchase agreements, negotiate the terms of an agreement and perform due diligence prior to closings. We know that details matter in any real estate transactions, and we are committed to being through and efficient, helping our clients finalize their closing as quickly as possible.

Speak With Our Experienced Berkeley County Property Closings Lawyer | Free Consultation Available

For experienced, personalized and efficient legal help for residential and commercial closings in South Carolina, contact the Law Office of Jeffrey S. Weathers, LLC, for a free consultation: Email us or call 843-438-4087.

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