• Charleston, SC
  • Charleston, SC
  • Charleston, SC
  • Charleston, SC
  • Charleston, SC
  • Charleston, SC
  • Charleston, SC
  • Charleston, SC
  • Charleston, SC
  • Charleston, SC
  • Charleston, SC
  • Charleston, SC
  • Charleston, SC

Buist, Byars & Taylor, LLC

Buist, Byars & Taylor

At Buist, Byars & Taylor, LLC, your property is our priority. Our experienced attorneys have represented buyers and sellers of real estate for more than 45 years and work hard to ensure a smooth transaction -whether simple or complex- all with an emphasis on personal service. In addition to residential and commercial closings, we are able to assist with real estate-related litigation, construction litigation, community association law, corporate services, intellectual property and alternative dispute resolution.

We offer two locations throughout the Lowcountry, serving Mount Pleasant and Kiawah and Seabrook Islands.

Areas of Practice

Closings - Residential

Residential Real Estate

Types of services available in all branch locations include title and closing, escrow services, valuation services ...

Commercial Real Estate

Commercial Real Estate

We offer a comprehensive commercial real estate practice led by senior attorneys with a history ...

Litigation

Foreclosure and Default Services

Firm attorneys work with clients to handle litigation that may result from the sale, development and financing ...

Attorney Spotlight

Custis M. Byars

Custis Byars is a partner focused on specific areas of real estate law such as like-kind exchanges and limited liability company law. He ... » More

Latest News

08/28/15 - Tiffany Butler Speaks at Good Business Summit

Tiffany Butler, an associate attorney with the firm, was a panelist at Lowcountry Local First's ... » More

08/24/15 - New Marketing and Commnications Manager Joins Firm

Ashley Canady Slane has been selected by Buist, Byars & Taylor, LLC as Marketing and ... » More

07/24/15 - Buist, Byars & Taylor’s G. Hamlin O’Kelley III Re-Appointed to SC Real Estate Commission

G. Hamlin O’Kelley III has been re-appointed to serve for another term as a commissioner ... » More