Phoenix Real Estate Attorney

Commercial real estate transactions involve numerous parties and interests, each with its own legal needs. The real estate attorney of Weiss Brown can provide legal services, advice, and coordination for sophisticated real estate transactions involving entrepreneurs, institutions, and public and private entities. Reach us online or call our office at (480) 327-6650 to arrange a consultation today. 

Why Choose Our Phoenix Real Estate Attorney?

  • Our Phoenix Real Estate Attorney is committed to providing you with knowledgeable and personalized legal services so that you can make the best decisions for your business.
  • Getting to know our client’s objectives is an essential part of how we provide effective and high-quality legal representation. 
  • Our attorneys have a deep understanding of the laws and regulations governing commercial real estate transactions and are familiar with the intricacies of all aspects of the process.

Real Estate Law Services

A real estate lawyer can provide valuable legal services to clients involved in commercial real estate transactions and disputes. Here are some ways that they can help:

Negotiating and Drafting Contracts

A Phoenix real estate lawyer can help draft and review contracts related to commercial real estate transactions to ensure they are clear, complete, and legally binding. For example, purchase, lease, or financing agreements. 

Due Diligence

When purchasing or leasing commercial real estate, it is critical to conduct due diligence to check for hidden liabilities or issues with the property. A real estate lawyer can help conduct due diligence by reviewing title reports, survey reports, environmental reports, and other relevant documents.

Zoning and Land Use

Real estate lawyers can provide guidance on zoning and land use regulations, including local zoning ordinances, building codes, and land use planning. They can also assist with obtaining necessary permits and approvals.

Real Estate Disputes

When disputes arise in commercial real estate transactions, a real estate lawyer can provide legal representation and guidance to help resolve the issue. This can include disputes over contract terms, property boundaries, landlord/tenant issues, zoning regulations, etc.

Entity Formation

Commercial real estate transactions often involve forming legal entities such as partnerships, corporations, or limited liability companies. A real estate lawyer can help with the formation of these entities and ensure that they are structured in a way that is advantageous to the client.

Real Estate Litigation 

Real estate litigation involves disputes over business contracts, property titles, construction, real estate transactions, and zoning. Issues may also arise between landlords and tenants, lenders and borrowers, buyers and sellers, and neighbors and real estate brokers. A real estate attorney can handle the legal aspects of disputes, including assessing their viability, advising on options, drafting documents related to the case, negotiating a settlement, and representing clients in court if necessary. We can also help ensure your company remains in compliance with applicable laws and regulations to avoid or prevent disputes altogether.  

Exceptional Representation With Quality Service

Our Phoenix Real Estate Attorney is here to help you find the right solution to your legal needs and issues. We have a vested interest in your success and will do everything we can to make this process as efficient and cost-effective as possible. Call (480) 327-6650 or message us online to arrange a consultation today.

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