Residential Real Estate Transactions, Title & Escrow Services

From purchasing a new home to selling your family home, real estate transactions are often exciting, stressful and emotional. Our law firm will work with you to ensure a smooth transaction that reduces the stress and worry.

We have experience with real estate closings, loan closings, title opinions, title insurance and escrow services for properties across northern Mississippi and into West Tennessee. We are also sensitive to concerns about closing costs, and do our best to remain flexible and accommodating to the needs of the parties involved, including flexible times or days.

Whatever your need or concern, we welcome you to contact our office to learn how we may be able to assist you in your upcoming closing transaction.

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Commercial Real Estate

Whether you are buying, selling, or borrowing money against commercial or investment property, you need a lawyer who will make sure that all details and documentation are complete and correct.

To ensure that your commercial escrow, closing and title insurance are all handled appropriately, turn to the professionals at Graves, Smith, Palmertree & Shaw.

Our attorneys have significant experience in litigation of real estate matters to recognize the types of details that all too often prove problematic in these types of transactions so they can head trouble off at the pass.

If you are considering buying or selling commercial property, investing in real estate, or wanting to work out of a real estate investment, the attorneys of Graves Smith are experienced and prepared. Call us today for more information and we would be happy to answer all of your questions.

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140 W. Center St. Hernando, MS 38632 | Phone: 662-429-9302 | Fax: 662-429-9304

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