Real Estate Attorney Columbia, SC Real Estate

Finkel Law Firm LLC is able to represent a wide variety of real estate matters for buyers and sellers in commercial and residential transactions. Whether you are closing on your first home or need advice overseeing a large complex commercial transaction, turn to the trusted Columbia real estate attorneys at Finkel Law Firm LLC. We approach each case with the goal of completing your transaction in the smoothest way possible with the least amount of risk to our clients.

What is Real Estate Law?

Real estate law encompasses many different areas, such as deeds, titles, purchase financing, zoning, taxes, and estate planning. Legal rules that govern the purchase, use, and sale of land are known as real estate laws. In other words, it is a law that governs how people acquire property, as well as what they can do with it. Our real estate attorneys in South Carolina can help you understand everything you need to know about commercial and residential property laws in SC.

Finkel Law Firm LLC's real estate legal services include:

  • Commercial and residential closings
  • Commercial and residential leases
  • Real estate litigation

What is Commercial Property?

Property used for business purposes is called commercial property. Buildings used to house businesses are usually considered commercial property, but large residential rentals can also be considered commercial property. Shopping malls, supermarkets, offices, industrial estates and manufacturing shops are some examples of commercial property.

What is Residential Property?

Residential properties contain a living structure like a house, townhome, or apartment. A residential property can be multi-family unit with various apartments that are owned or rented by different individuals.

What is the Difference Between Commercial and Residential Real Estate?

The primary difference between commercial and residential real estate in South Carolina is the property type. Residential property houses private living quarters such as single-family homes, while commercial property hosts multi-family living quarters and other structures used for a business enterprise.

Can Commercial Property be Used as Residential Property?

Yes, if zoned properly, commercial property can become residential. Depending on the area, converting commercial real estate into residential real estate can be a smart investment strategy. Each local government will have its own rules and regulations regarding this, so do not hesitate to contact our firm for more questions about commercial and residential real estate in Columbia, SC.

Contact us at (803) 470-0118 to see how our Columbia real estate attorneys at Finkel Law Firm LLC can help.

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