Real Estate

Residential Real Estate Closing Attorneys

For many people, buying a home is the single largest investment or purchase they will make in their lifetime. Because purchasing a home is such an important event, The Suttles Law Firm knows that closing can be exciting yet intimidating. Real estate attorney Brent W. Suttles, Sr., and his Suttles Law Firm team understand the worries that a real estate closing may cause to some clients, which is why Brent and his Suttles Law Firm team continuously work to make the process as efficient, comfortable, and enjoyable as possible.

The Suttles Law Firm’s main practice and experience has been in working with neighbors in our communities (Summerville, Charleston, Mount Pleasant, West Ashley, and the surrounding areas of South Carolina and North Carolina!) to close their real estate transactions successfully.

Commercial Real Estate Attorneys

The Suttles Law Firm has experience in closing commercial property transactions throughout South Carolina and North Carolina for buyers, sellers, and developers.

Quit Claim Deeds

In the Carolinas, A quit claim deed may be the appropriate remedy when a homeowner wants to convey real estate to their trust, add a family member to the property title, or make another adjustment to the ownership record without the need for a full closing. The Suttles Law Firm is readily available to discuss the options our clients may benefit from while accomplishing their goals.

Landlord & Tenant Consultations

At Suttles Law, our team has handled various landlord-tenant matters, ranging from simple issues to complex litigation. Let us work with you to reach an agreement and ensure your rights are protected as both a landlord or a tenant.

General Consultations for HOA's

Our legal team has helped property owners and homeowners associations for years, whether reviewing homeowner’s bylaws or consulting on covenants and restrictions. Our knowledge of North and South Carolina property law is at your disposal.

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