Dan Lang

District Director/Broker in Charge

Fathom Realty - Columbia, SC

About Dan Lang

Dan Lang is a realtor/broker in Chapin, South Carolina. Dan retired after 29 years of service in the Marine Corps as a Lieutenant Colonel. He has personally moved more than a dozen times during his career and knows the stresses as well as ins/outs of buying and selling a home. Dan specializes in - Seller Representation, Military Relocation, First-time Home Buyers, Residential & Single Family Homes, New Construction, and Move-up Buyers. He sells real estate in Chapin, Irmo, Lexington, Orangeburg, Laurens, Greenwood, Blythewood, and Richland County, South Carolina. Dan understands the home buying and selling process.

Professional Memberships: Dan was elected to Board of Directors for the Central Carolina Realtor Association. He is involved in a number of the committees. Over the past 4 plus years, Dan has either personally closed or directly supervised more than 1000 transactions, with more than $195 million dollars in sales.

Dan's goal with all of his Clients is for them to leave the closing table feeling the entire process was a stress-free and enjoyable experience. Dan wants the Client to be confident recommending his services.

"Call the Colonel" today for your real estate needs!

Dan Lang of Fathom Realty Columbia
www.danlangsellshomes.com
danlangsellshomes@gmail.com
(803) 537-6294.

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