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April 2015 Archives

Phoenix attorneys provide guidance for zoning and land use issues


The purchase of commercial property in Arizona can involve a lot of decision-making. In a previous post, this blog reported on the consideration and planning that go into a potential buyer's decision to purchase property. These are not easy decisions to make, and commercial property transactions ought to be entered into after a great deal of organization and preparation.

What leads to a construction defect in Arizona?


A construction defect is an imperfection in a homeowner's property that reduces the value of the property. Construction defects encompass a wide variety of faults and may include a failure to properly design, plan, inspect or construct a structure. Arizona property owners who find themselves involved in a construction dispute over such imperfections may wish to have a better understanding of what a construction defect entails.

Strategies to avoid paying two residential mortgages


Real estate transactions can present a multitude of logistical concerns. An Arizona family who owns a home and is considering moving into a new home may face one common issue: the possibility of two residential mortgages.

Bill may affect requirements for Arizona real estate development


Arizona developers may have one less factor to consider if a new bill passes. A proposed bill would prevent cities from requiring property owners to transplant native vegetation, including saguaros, a type of cactus, when developing open land. Cities would also be prevented from requiring specific plants in the development of real property if the bill passes.

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