Every Detail Matters In Commercial Real Estate Law
Real estate can be a significant investment for a business. In turn, real estate property can have a strong impact on business operations and the bottom line. It is critical to back up your investment with committed legal guidance.
With Saddleworth Law, you can gain insight and representation for a variety of real estate law issues. Our attorneys work closely with businesses in Phoenix and the surrounding areas to make decisions for purchasing, selling or leasing properties. In addition, we leverage our trial experience when a real estate dispute arises.
Transactional Due Diligence And Negotiation
Before purchasing, leasing or selling commercial property, you should fully understand the terms of the transaction, including:
- Zoning, land use, hazardous waste disposal and applicable local ordinances
- All costs and obligations associated with the transaction, including taxes and rent increases
- Restrictions regarding subleasing, signage or property modifications
- Existing easements
- Early termination and dispute resolution clauses
In addition, our team can assist you with title searches, financing options and other business matters related to the transaction. We employ tough advocacy skills to ensure that you secure the best deal possible in your agreement.
Protect Your Interests In A Real Estate Dispute
- Commercial landlord-tenant lease disputes and eviction proceedings
- Disputes with local government, particularly regarding land use, zoning and environmental law issues
- Construction defect claims
- Boundary and property access disputes
- Accessibility claims regarding commercial property
Whether your case leads to mediation, arbitration or litigation, we will be ready to shield your business. We face disputes head-on by taking early action to either mitigate conflicts or find a cost-effective solution.
Call Our Firm For Real Estate Counsel
Whether you anticipate an upcoming transaction or budding dispute, our commercial real estate lawyers are here to assist you. Call 480-877-1301 or email us for real estate law guidance throughout Arizona.