Residential Real Estate Closings


The purchasers of residential real estate face numerous challenges and risk, including the completion of title searches, the resolution of complex title issues and the efficient closing of the mortgage loan.

We have experience representing buyers and sellers in closings, and we can manage your entire loan process and attend your closing with you.  We have handle residential closings across West Georgia and assist clients with properties throughout the state.

Our goal is to take the uncertainty out of your real estate closing.  As experienced attorneys, who have handled hundreds of closings, we know how to identify and address potential problems before they cost you time and money.

The state of Georgia requires the involvement of a licensed real estate attorney in almost all real estate transactions, including residential closings, to ensure that potential problems are addressed. We can protect your interests, and we anticipate and prevent surprises. For more information, please contact our firm.

If you need legal assistance regarding residential real estate closings in Georgia, contact the law firm of Shadrix, Lane & Parmer, P.C. We charge competitive rates and will work around your schedule, including evening and weekend schedules by appointment. To contact us, call 770-830-0809.


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At Shadrix, Lane & Parmer, P.C., we understand that our clients come to us when they need real help with issues impacting their lives and their businesses. This is why we do everything we can to ensure that our clients get the best possible resolutions. Whether it is a business matter, divorce, estate-related problem, real estate transaction or criminal charge, we put all of our experience and skill to work to secure the best possible outcome for you.

To find out how our attorneys can provide legal assistance in your particular situation, contact Shadrix, Lane & Parmer, P.C. For the convenience of our clients, we offer flexible office hours by appointment.

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