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Million Dollar Advocates Forum

Million Dollar Advocates Forum

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Million Dollar Advocates Forum is pleased to announce that attorney William B. Harvey, III of Beaufort, SC has been certified as a member of both the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. The Million...

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Real Estate Lending Authority Suffers a Loss

Real Estate Lending Authority Suffers a Loss

After the Great Recession, many safeguards were put in place to protect consumers, and the biggest of all was the creation of a new governmental agency called the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Under the CFPB new mortgage lending rules were adopted which...

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I Just Bought a House, Now What?

I Just Bought a House, Now What?

The real estate closing process can be a whirlwind. My clients come in and we start through the mountain of paperwork necessary when a mortgage loan is involved. There are several things I go over with all my client, which seem to be forgotten after the closing. Here...

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Divorce and Division of Property

Divorce and Division of Property

If you are considering divorce, you should carefully consider hiring a lawyer to help you fight for your fair share of the marital assets. In South Carolina, the division of marital assets is governed by state statute, specifically, South Carolina Code Annotated §...

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When Are Real Estate Tax Values Reassessed?

When Are Real Estate Tax Values Reassessed?

The Beaufort County Assessor is responsible for determining values of real property for tax purposes. Pursuant to South Carolina law, real property tax values are reassessed every five years or after an assessable transfer of interest. In Beaufort County, 2018 is a...

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Tips After Closing

Tips After Closing

The real estate closing process can be a whirlwind. My clients come in and we start through the mountain of paperwork necessary when a mortgage loan is involved. There are several things I go over with all my client, which seem to be forgotten after the closing. Here...

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