Real estate is most likely the single largest investment businesses and individuals make. And, the acquiring and selling of real estate is a complex process filled with the potential for problems. Buntrock Harrison Gardner, PLLC, have skilled and thoughtful real estate attorneys with sound understanding of Arizona real estate law and passion for successfully helping you achieve your goals—whether you’re buying, selling or leasing real estate.
With so much capital on the line, you must be sure an attorney who works with the greatest care and knowledge handles your business dealings. Your best interest is Buntrock Harrison Gardner’s greatest interest. They provide you with savvy, yet personal representation whether you’re a business owner seeking to buy commercial property or lease commercial property as a landlord or as a tenant. They guide you comfortably through all phases of the real estate transaction: from planning to closure. No matter the size or scope of your venture, Buntrock Harrison Gardner have vast experience representing buyers of real property and lenders loaning money secured by real property. They are here to help you.
These are his areas of their expertise:
- Asset and Property Management
- Boundary line disputes
- Commercial lease negotiation
- Creation of CC & Rs
- Eminent domain
- Entity Formation and Structuring (on-shore and off-shore)
- Homeowner’s Association
- Joint Ventures
- Land use and zoning matters for industrial, commercial and residential development
- Owner’s Association
- Property development
- Purchase and sales agreements
- Short sale
- Title searches
- Trustee’s Sales
- Quiet Title
When Buntrock Harrison Gardner represent you or your business in a real estate matter, you receive responsive, dedicated service and the benefit of an attorney with the best real estate and legal experience.
If a real estate matter is pressing heavily on you, call Buntrock Harrison Gardner today at (480) 664-7728 for a free consultation.
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