A South Carolina real estate power of attorney enables property owners to extend specific rights to a designated agent. The property owner (the “principal”) determines which rights to grant, as they can be broad or specific. For example, the principal may choose to give the agent the right to lease, refinance, sell, or buy the property.
Please note that this document remains valid until the principal revokes it or the termination date arrives. Depending on the property owner’s desires, the agent may retain or lose their rights if the principal becomes incapacitated.