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Columbia, Lexington, Greenville, Camden, Chapin & Spartanburg Real Estate Lawyers
Our lawyers in Columbia, Lexington, Greenville, Camden, Chapin and Spartanburg don’t just close real estate, we help shape real estate law locally, statewide, and nationally.We represent homeowners, local and national builders, lenders, equity investors, asset management companies, and relocation companies in all facets of real estate transactions.
Our attorneys serve on committees in the real estate community that help shape and protect the industry. We want your closing to be affordable, well-coordinated, and problem-free. No matter how many real estate transactions we’ve handled (and we’ve handled thousands), we work one-on-one to make sure we meet your individual needs. Whether you’re a buyer or a seller with a single transaction or a national builder with thousands of real estate closings in mind, we’ve got you covered!
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Purchasing a home is often the biggest investment of your lifetime. The lawyers at Blair Cato have successfully helped tens of thousands of consumers just like you purchase a home. Whether it is your first home or your dream home, Blair Cato will help you navigate through the entire closing process from contract signing to closing. Our attorneys and staff have earned a reputation in the industry for quality and efficiency. We are confident your experience will exceed your expectations.
Whether you are purchasing a $10,000 or a $10 million commercial property, Blair Cato is well-suited to assist you with your commercial real estate needs. Our attorneys can assist you with company formation, letters of intent, contract writing, title abstract, title insurance, and closing. Blair Cato has the attorneys and experience in commercial transactions to make your business our business.
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700 Huger Street, Suite 102
Columbia, SC 29201
406-A East Butler Road
Mauldin, SC 29662
925 E. Main St., Unit A
Lexington, SC 29072-4202
708 Lafayette Avenue, Suite 3
Camden, SC 29020
189 S. Converse Street
Spartanburg, SC 29306
485 Chapin Road, Suite B
Chapin, SC 29036