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Charleston Mobile Homes Attorney

Charleston Mobile Homes Attorney

Manufactured housing can provide a high-quality and affordable home, however, there are legal risks and decisions concerning the purchase and sale of these properties. For instance, mobile homes are classified as personal property and are issued a certificate of title by the Department of Motor Vehicles.

That being the case, without the knowledge to properly handle these transactions, current and future owners run the risk of the title to the manufactured home not transferring, not existing or remaining encumbered by a lienholder. Contact Weeks & Irvine, LLC Firm for experienced help with legal matters.

Retire the title to a mobile home that is permanently affixed to real property

Fortunately, South Carolina offers a procedure to retire the title to a mobile home that is permanently affixed to real property. Potential benefits of retiring title and designating the home as real property can include more favorable financing, possible homestead exemptions, better consumer protections, stronger protections for heirs, stronger resale value, and safeguards upon default of the loan.

For these reasons and more, Charleston Mobile Homes attorneys at Weeks and Irvine, LLC have worked to protect the rights of thousands of mobile home clients across South Carolina. If you need legal help regarding the purchase, sale, title, or other issue involving a mobile home in South Carolina, contact our firm.

Contact A Mobile Homes Lawyers in Charleston

For experienced legal help in the Charleston, South Carolina area, contact Weeks & Irvine, LLC. To contact us, call 800-553-7449. All materials have been prepared for general information purposes only to permit you to learn more about our firm, our services, and the experience of our attorneys. Communication by or through this website does not create an attorney-client relationship. The information presented is not legal advice, is not to be acted on as such, may not be current, and is subject to change without notice.