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Greenville’s Real Estate Law

The Horton Law Firm provides legal services for all aspects of real estate transactions. Whether you’re buying your first home, adding to a list of rental investments, or building a new property, Horton’s real estate attorneys can offer the guidance to navigate all the legal aspects involved in real estate. Our Greenville real estate lawyers have extensive experience in real estate law.

Types of Real Estate Law

Contract Drafting and Negotiations

Development Matters


Title Insurance Issues

Land Use Disputes

Property Owners' Associations

Other Matters Related to Closing a Real Estate Transaction

Commercial and Residential Real Estate

In addition to our extensive experience with residential transactions, our Greenville real estate lawyers are equipped to handle complex commercial transactions. The firm’s commercial clientele includes owners and developers of shopping centers, office buildings, manufacturing facilities, multi-family, restaurants, hotels and motels, and condominiums. We have closed numerous SBA loans and LIHTC transactions. We can partner with in-house counsel or serve as a company’s sole legal team in issues involving real estate and property law.

Experienced Greenville Real Estate Lawyers

Shareholders Tommy Dugas and John Kehl have more than sixty years of combined experience in the practice of law, and have handled thousands of real estate transactions for individuals and businesses in Upstate South Carolina. Their practical approach, personal attention to detail, and depth of experience is why the firm’s clients keep coming back. From individuals buying their first home to developers and governmental agencies putting together multi-million dollar deals, the Horton Law Firm’s real estate attorneys represent each of their clients as if that deal is their most important deal.

Meet Our Greenville Real Estate Lawyer

Thomas F. Dugas

John Kehl

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