Real estate is one of Arizona’s top industries. Navigating the world of real estate can be tricky. Well-drafted real estate transactions are one of the keys to success in this industry. One of the benefits of excellent agreements is avoiding misunderstandings or disputes. No one wants trouble following a real estate transaction, so if you want to leverage your changes for a smooth transaction, be sure you have the right legal team.
Provident Law® is a full-service commercial and residential real estate law firm based in Scottsdale, Arizona. Our real estate lawyers can assist with any real estate issue, from the purchase of raw land to the sale of developed property and everything in between. We are committed to helping you take your project from start to finish.
As real estate and other transactions have grown increasingly complex, they commonly require guidance and legal advice on specific elements that are highly focused and particularly challenging. Working closely with our clients, we strive to accomplish their goals and protect their business interests.
The Arizona real estate lawyers on the Provident team represent parties on either side of the business, real estate and financing transactions, including buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, lenders, borrowers, trustees, guarantors, shareholders, partners, and others. We structure, negotiate and document a variety of real estate and financing transactions, such as leases, purchase and sale agreements, loans and development agreements for a variety of commercial and residential projects.
What Our Real Estate Attorneys Can Do For You
Whether you’re selling or buying a commercial or residential property, you can be sure that everything in a purchase agreement will be in order before you sign it because our real estate lawyer will meticulously draft or review every line and detail. Our attorneys can also ensure the smooth flow of the transaction by working closely with the lawyer and representatives of the other party.
Due diligence. It is also the duty of our real estate attorney to see to it that the home or commercial building inspection and other contingencies will proceed as planned. Reviewing important documents such as the deed, bills of safe, the title, and the title insurance policy is also part of a real estate attorney’s job.