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.
One important factor that must be considered before a person makes a real property acquisition is whether the property can be used for the purpose the purchaser intends. The applicable zoning regulations and land use requirements are pertinent to this issue. Zoning regulations for the location of a development are likely to exist at the county or city level, and they may change from year to year. Having an attorney advocate to advise and guide a person through a real estate transaction, or if a development runs into a zoning difficulty, can significantly ease the development process.
At times it might become necessary to present a plan before a planning and zoning commission or local city council. If there are objections to development, or other planned reasonable uses of property, it is important to present a property owner’s intentions for his or her property in the best light possible so that a local council or commission can appreciate the value it will bring to the community. Attorneys at Faith, Ledyard & Faith have experience helping clients navigate land use and zoning obstacles in Arizona.
Whether the issue is obtaining the appropriate construction permits, getting site plan approvals or navigating the intricacies of the zoning appeals process, the details of the commercial construction process and many and nuanced. For more information, please visit our Zoning and Land Use webpage. Individuals should be knowledgeable about their situation and legal options they might have in the process.