How Do I Choose A Real Estate Attorney?

Purchasing a home is probably the largest financial decision you will ever make. Even if you buy and sell properties on a regular basis, a real estate transaction cannot be entered into lightly. Too many things can go wrong, some of which may not be discovered until years later, when it is too late to fix them.

Real Estate Closings In South Carolina

Although a real estate law attorney is required for closings in South Carolina, there is no requirement that you use your bank's attorney. You are entitled to hire your own lawyer on your own terms. Seek an attorney one who is dedicated only to you, your needs and the needs of your family or your business when purchasing a commercial property or a home. Find one who is intuitive to your requirements and who has the experience to help you avoid costly mistakes and omissions.

Purchasing property is not like buying furniture or groceries. Your home or place of business can reflect who you are as a person, family or business. Look at your real estate purchase as a bigger part of how you want to live or work. Just like choosing a doctor to take care of your medical needs, choose a lawyer you like — and with whom you can have a personal relationship — to handle your legal needs.

What You Can Expect At Aaron & Aaron

At the Clemson law firm of Aaron & Aaron, we take a holistic approach to our clients' real estate transactions, taking into account all of their unique needs and individual circumstances.

When you hire us to guide you through your transaction, we can meet with you one on one and look at the whole picture surrounding your purchase or sale. Issues we will discuss with you include:

  • Your family goals and dynamics
  • Your marital status and the makeup of your family
  • How you should take title to the property
  • How to protect your ownership against challenges

For your convenience, we offer closing options for remote buyers and sellers.

Experienced Legal Assistance | Free Consultation

At Aaron & Aaron, our real estate lawyer has more than 30 years of experience handling transactions in the state. Contact us online or call us at 864-501-9579 or toll free at 864-551-4370 to schedule a free initial consultation with no obligation.

Ask us about our experience, our knowledge regarding your type of transaction and the level of communication you can expect during the process. We want you to be comfortable with us, and we are committed to helping you every step of the way.