Real estate closings involve the legal transfer of residential and commercial property ownership from the seller to the buyer. In most cases, real estate closings are happy moments. However, a real estate closing can quickly become contentious or complicated. Understanding the real estate closing process and your rights can help you protect your interests and your money. Contact a Georgia and South Carolina real estate closing attorney from our firm today for a consultation.
Why You Need an Experienced Georgia and South Carolina Real Estate Closing Attorney
The states of Georgia and South Carolina require that a lawyer guide you through the real estate closing process. Your lawyer needs to make sure you understand the terms and conditions of the sale and explain any state or county laws that apply to your transaction. The buyer and the seller need to work with their own lawyers as a lawyer can only represent one party at the closing.
At Bannon Law Group, LLC, we have successfully handled thousands of real estate transactions, and we work one-on-one with our clients to ensure we meet their individual needs. Whether you are a buyer or seller, we will protect your rights and help you effectively close your real estate transaction. We are also licensed to practice in Georgia serving clients in Savannah/Chatham County, Effingham County, Pooler County, and Rincon County. Contact us today to schedule your initial consultation.
Residential Real Estate Closings in South Carolina and Georgia
For many of us, purchasing a home is one of the most significant investments of our lifetime. At Bannon Law Group, LLC, our lawyers have helped many South Carolina and Georgia residents purchase a home. Whether you are buying your dream home or you are purchasing your starter home, one of our skilled real estate lawyers can help you navigate the entire closing process. Real estate documents are not written in plain English. They contain technical and legal language, making it challenging for the average person to understand their obligations and rights under the law.
A dedicated Georgia and South Carolina real estate closing attorney from our firm will carefully review your closing documents to ensure that there are no red flags and help you understand all of the terms of your agreement. We will assist you with the contract signing through the closing. Unfortunately, buyers and sellers do not always agree on the purchase agreement terms. When a dispute arises, delays and litigation can happen. Conflicts that commonly occur in residential real estate transactions include the following:
- What items are included in the real estate sale
- Whether repairs need to be made to the property
- When possession of the property will occur, and
- Issues related to land use and zoning
Commercial Real Estate Closings
The lawyers at Bannon Law Group, LLC, have extensive experience helping clients in commercial closings. Whether you are purchasing a $200,000 or $10 million commercial property, Bannon Law Group, LLC, is well-suited to assist you with your real estate closing needs. We understand the different moving parts involved in getting a commercial real estate closing to the finish line.
Our lawyers and legal staff can help you with company formation, contract writing, letters of intent, title Insurance, title abstract, and the closing itself. Sometimes unexpected issues arise during commercial real estate closings. We will be prepared to advocate for you and take any legal action necessary to represent your interest should a problem arise. Our goal is to protect your business and its interest throughout the entire process.
Relocating to South Carolina or Georgia
Are you relocating to Georgia or South Carolina from another state? If so, you may be feeling the pressure of trying to find and purchase a home quickly. At Bannon Law Group, LLC, our relocation transaction lawyers have the legal experience and skills necessary to navigate a closing with out-of-state clients successfully. Our real estate law firm has assisted clients individually who are relocating to South Carolina or Georgia for work.
We have also worked with large relocating companies, assisting with inbound and outbound transfers. Every relocation closing is unique. Our law firm understands the unique aspects and demands involved in every relocation closing. We provide our clients with excellent customer service and communicate effectively with them as they plan their move.
An important part of purchasing a home is obtaining the lowest interest rate possible. Refinancing your home can help you take advantage of lowering your debt payments, making home improvements, or paying out bills. Many people do not consider all of the benefits of working with an attorney to help with their refinancing transactions. At Bannon Law Group, LLC, we have assisted many clients in refinancing their homes. We will work with your preferred lender to ensure that all available title insurance discounts and other discounts have been utilized. We will also ensure that the closing is handled quickly to avoid wasting your money or time on your refinance.
Real Estate Owned (REO) Closings
A Real Estate Owned (REO) closing involves a sale in which the seller is a lender, government loan insurer, or governmental agencies. Most REO closings occur due to a foreclosure on a defaulted mortgage loan. If you are purchasing an REO home, it is crucial that you work with an attorney who knows all of the additional legal requirements in these types of complex cases.
Not every South Carolina or Georgia attorney understands the nuances of REO transactions. At Bannon Law Group, LLC, our attorneys have the necessary legal knowledge and experience to provide you with excellent representation in your REO closing. We will work to make REO closing as painless and smooth as possible.
Contact an Experienced Georgia and South Carolina Real Estate Closing Attorney Today
At Bannon Law Group, LLC, our real estate lawyers do not just close real estate deals. We also help shape real estate law locally and throughout South Carolina by representing homeowners, lenders, national builders, asset management companies, and relocation companies in all aspects of real estate transactions. We are licensed to practice in Georgia and proudly serve clients in Chatham County, Effingham County, Pooler County, Savannah County, Rincon County, and more.
Contact our Georgia and South Carolina law firm today to discuss your case with a skilled real estate lawyer.