At Buist Byars & Taylor, our highest priority is providing a professional experience in an expeditious and personal manner for the loyal clients, lenders and referral sources who work with us.
Our real estate lawyers handle closings, contract negotiations, title services, coordination of surveys, tax-free exchanges, and more.
Primary Residential Real Estate Services Include:
Buist, Byars & Taylor has distinguished its residential real estate closing practices by using the most advanced technology available, employing service-focused staff, providing on-going training, following TRID protocol, and adhering to best practices.
For real estate matters on Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island, Wadmalaw Island, and Johns Island, partner Joseph Garcia and the experienced support team offer extensive knowledge and experience.
From our conveniently located office in Freshfields Village, Buist Byars & Taylor handles a significant majority of the islands’ real estate closings and other matters for clients in this area.
The personable and knowledgeable residential real estate team in our Mount Pleasant office, led by partner Tread Josey, strives to conduct seamless closings by managing all the details and coordinating communication between parties. Located conveniently on Coleman Boulevard, this office has ample parking and is easily accessible for clients throughout the greater Charleston area, including Mount Pleasant, Sullivan’s Island and the Isle of Palms.
By staying on the leading edge and employing outstanding real estate attorneys and staff, Buist Byars & Taylor is able to provide a closing service that is timely, accurate and headache-free.
While we hope that homes built or purchased by our clients will all be well-constructed, unforeseen problems sometimes arise. Issues with poor workmanship, defective products or design defects can be daunting for a homeowner, as the rules and laws that pertain to insurance coverage and workmanship/product claims are complicated, and in many cases, time-sensitive.
Whether you are a residential homeowner or commercial property owner, we can assist you in obtaining knowledgeable counsel. In many cases, an initial consultation and, if warranted, an independent property inspection are the simple first steps in determining if one has a case that may be worth pursuing to recoup money for damages.