Phoenix Real Estate Attorneys
Cronus Law, PLLC is a full-service law firm that is dedicated to serving residents, families, and businesses of Phoenix, AZ and the surrounding cities. Whether in a courtroom, a board room or your living room, we are committed to providing only the highest quality of legal counsel possible.
Buying and selling real estate property isn’t as easy as buying and selling other kinds of goods and services. Not only are you dealing with larger amounts of money, but you have several interested parties coming together when making real estate transactions happen.
Lenders and sellers work together while a title company makes sure the property is readily available to be transferred to a new owner.
There is a large potential for problems, and situations can arise unexpectedly. Nobody likes to be surprised when trying to purchase real estate, but it happens all the time.
That is why it is important to engage the use of legal services early in the process so you can get through the process as quickly as possible.
Real Estate Services We Provide
Our services encompass both commercial real estate and residential real estate, and we work to find the most efficient and cost-effective solution for every problem.
When we represent your interests, part of that attorney-client relationship is working together to find the best solutions to meet your long term needs.
Here are just some of the services we offer:
Whatever end of the transaction you are on, we can help you with selling or buying real estate. We can also assist with short sells, which may be possible while an estate is being settled.
Negotiating the Sale
As attorneys, we have been trained in negotiating, and we also understand the many issues involved in a real estate sale.
By understanding both the principles of real estate law and business law, we can help with disclosures, riders, and exchanging information with the other side.
While uncommon, there are situations where exchanging property can result in tax breaks. In those cases, we at Cronus Law can assist with the contract and negotiation so you can take full advantage of any applicable tax breaks.
Even a lease can be complicated, and there are a variety of Arizona laws that govern leases. We can help make sure your lease protects your interests.
Handling Boundary Disputes
Knowing where your property line ends is difficult to determine.
There are also potential easements, where others may have access to your property for use, and something as simple as putting up a fence can cause a dispute between neighbors.
Adverse possession can also be a difficult real estate matter, often to the detriment of the original property owner.
Homeowners Association Conflicts
When you move into a place with a homeowners association, you are subject to what often seem like irrational rules.
Many individuals find that they come into conflict when the homeowners association enforces the rules unevenly or charges fines unfairly.
On the homeowners association side, many people don’t pay the fees and/or don’t follow the rules agreed on by the community.
If you want to provide the best benefits for your loved ones after you are gone, you can work with our experienced real estate attorneys to best prepare for their future.
You can decide how to deal with the distribution of assets, guardianship of minors, and other important matters while you still have time.
Developing Commercial Property
Your business will be your biggest investment, and you need to protect your assets as they grow. We can help protect you along the way by helping you with contracts, business planning, and other legal matters.
Real Estate Foreclosures
Most foreclosures occur because of liens on the property. There may be liens because of bankruptcy, divorce, refinancing, or because the property changed hands several times.
Title insurance is important to protect yourself, but it is also important to make sure your title is cleared as you move forward.
What Can Your Real Estate Lawyer Do That You Can’t?
As your committed and experienced real estate attorneys, we can review any contract before you sign it. If there are any legal issues, we can identify and deal with them long before they become a problem.
Your Phoenix real estate lawyer can also work directly with all the other professionals involved in the real estate transaction, such as the mortgage loan officer and the real estate agents.
Real estate agents learn their part of the business but cannot offer legal advice and cannot help with real estate disputes.
When there is a dispute, your attorney can represent your rights, and you may need to use real estate litigation to resolve your issues.
Your attorney can also review your home inspection report, review all of your documents and contracts, and ask to change the language in the documents as necessary.
Looking After Our Clients’ Best Interests
At Cronus Law, PLLC, our law firm has experienced attorneys in several practice areas, including real estate and business.
We understand the laws in the State of Arizona, and we treat every clients’ problems as if they are our own. Instead of making decisions for you, we work together to ensure that we find the most cost-effective and practical solutions possible.
Call Cronus Law, PLLC For All Your Real Estate Questions
Whether you are buying for your family or your business, real estate will always be one of your biggest and most important investments. Don’t wait until you have a problem before you take advantage of legal advice.
Our experienced real estate attorneys are goal-oriented, and we work hard to help our clients in Phoenix, Glendale, Scottsdale, and the surrounding areas.
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