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May 2014 Archives

Second phase of Phoenix development being planned


As previous posts have indicated, the Arizona real estate market appears to be recovering from the damage inflicted by the Great Recession. With all of these new subdivision and planned area developments, there is much in the way of difficult legal issues that developers will likely have to face. These include land acquisition and zoning issues, as well as the myriad other challenges that come with real estate development.

Homebuilders no longer protected by Arizona anti-deficiency law


Real estate law is complex and ever-changing. Bills are constantly being amended, with new provisions being added to existing laws and the nature of certain laws being changed altogether. Keeping up with the fluid, ever-shifting landscape of real estate law can be challenging. However, it is often necessary for those who hope to avoid a real estate dispute or circumvent foreclosure to be aware of these changing laws.

Cities issuing more building permits in Arizona area


Just as in the rest of the county, the Arizona real estate market took a hit after the recession. For many, it took a long time to recover from the period following the burst of the housing market bubble. However, the situation may be changing now. This blog has covered a number of stories that project positive trends in the Arizona housing market. Now may be a great time to become a homebuyer or invest in one of the many emerging Arizona real estate developments.

Arizona senior communities attracting investment interest


Investing in real estate can be a potentially lucrative affair. However, navigating the sometimes murky waters of real estate transactions can also be challenging. Avoiding potential real estate disputes and contract issues often requires an investor to make decisions informed by legal expertise. Ensuring that all steps along the way are backed by a solid legal foundation can help real estate investments go smoothly and can reduce the chances of any potential problems.

Report shows Arizona real estate market improving


When looking to purchase a new house or to sell an existing one, there is oftentimes a lot at stake. Understandably, many homebuyers and sellers have interests that they wish to protect. In both sides of real estate transactions, it is often prudent to make informed decisions. While choosing to buy or sell a house can be exciting, it is important not to make any hasty decisions that could lead to potential trouble. Careful decisions guided by expertise can allow real estate transactions to proceed smoothly.

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