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Rhonda R. Tapley


  • (T) 843.720.1712
  • (F) 843.414.8218

Rhonda Tapley has dedicated her career to helping real estate investors with their development needs along the coastal areas of South Carolina.  From acquisition through to final development, Rhonda carefully guides clients through contracts, title issues and financing of their real estate investments.  The development of real estate is stressful business and Rhonda works hard to ease that stress and deliver a successful project for her clients.


University of South Carolina School of Law, J.D., 2000

College of Charleston, B.A., History, 1995

  • History Honors Society, College of Charleston
Bar Admissions

South Carolina

Civic & Professional Memberships
  • SC Bar
  • Charleston County Bar Real Estate Practice Group
  • SC Women Lawyers Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Charleston Organization of Female Executives

Rhonda is proud of her work helping the City of Charleston and other non-profit corporations redevelop blighted and vacant properties as affordable housing throughout Charleston, Berkeley, Dorchester, Georgetown and Orangeburg counties.

Other than her wonderful husband, Joel, rescue dogs are Rhonda’s number one love.  On any given Saturday or Sunday, Rhonda can be found on Sullivan’s Island with her four legged friends, a tennis ball and plenty of water in tow.  Rhonda’s passion for rescue dogs stem from her conviction that all living animals – person or otherwise – have value, should be respected and, above all, need love. 

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"Being able to view the world through your client’s eyes, is one of the most important qualities of being a good lawyer."