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Real estate transactions may be thought of as "win-win" transactions. The selling party gets what it wants -- the sale of a piece of property and financial compensation, and the buying party obtains a desired piece of property. Sometimes, however, a transaction may not go as planned and for any number of reasons either a buyer or seller decides to back out of the deal.

Can design committees affect my development project in Phoenix?

A developer often has a vision of his or her development project - what it will look like, where particular structures will be and what the overall design will be. Such a vision can be beneficial, providing a cohesive concept and plan for the development project. A developer in Phoenix will need to consider the requirements of the city's zoning ordinance before instituting his or her plan, however, and may wish to consider how the city's Design Standards Committee and Design Review Committee can affect how a real estate development project takes shape.

What are my options if a real estate dispute occurs?

Parties usually enter into a real estate contract with the intention of either selling a piece of property or buying one. The goal is that both sides will get what they want. Unfortunately, however, sometimes one party may not perform as agreed upon and their behavior may constitute a breach of contract.

Arizona contractor has licenses revoked after complaints

Construction of a new structure often involves the involvement of numerous businesses. From clearing the construction site to building the structure itself, oftentimes a property owner will find himself dealing with a number of different entities. Unfortunately, with all of these entities involved, sometimes a particular contractor proves unreliable, or even unethical, and a construction dispute may arise.

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