Real estate law in Arizona is multifaceted. It is heavily influenced by economics, contract law, tax law, property law, torts, and administrative law. If you encounter a real estate issue, you may find yourself confused and uncertain regarding how to approach the problem. It is imperative that you seek the legal counsel of a licensed and proficient real estate lawyer who is knowledgeable in real estate law.
At Monahan Law Firm, we provide a variety of real estate services to clients. Whether you are a homebuyer, seller, commercial real estate client, broker, landlord, tenant, or real estate agent, we can help you tackle any real estate issue. From consultation to litigation, we provide representation in all facets of your real estate needs. Regardless of whether the matter is simple or complex, Monahan Law Firm utilizes practical methods to achieve desired results. As such, it is imperative that you hire an experienced attorney who will take the time to fully understand your problem and its effect on either you or your business. Our experience, commitment, and thorough evaluation of your real estate matter results in you having all of the information you need to make a fully informed decision. As part of our evaluation and strategy, Monahan Law Firm is resourceful in implementing creative solutions to complex problems, big or small.
We represent clients with real estate matters, including:
- Document and Contract Review
- General Real Estate Transactions
- Due Diligence
- Breach of Contract
- Boundary Disputes
- Quiet Title Actions
- Failure to Disclose Defects
- Landlord/Tenant Disputes
- Forcible/Special Detainer
- Adverse Possession
- Short Sale
- Homeowner’s Association Violations
Document and Contract Review
When you are in the process of buying or selling a home, you utilize a real estate broker to facilitate the sales transaction. While your real estate agent may be experienced in listing homes or negotiating sales prices, a real estate lawyer can provide you legal advice on a home purchase. Monahan Law Firm can review any documents, agreements, sales contracts, or leases to determine if they are legally valid and enforceable.
Real Estate Transactions and Disputes
Unfortunately, both pre- and post-sale disputes do occur, including breach of contract, boundary disputes, easements, and property defects. A real estate lawyer can assist you with negotiating with the other party, revising the contract, evaluating the validity of the contract, working with the other party to fix issues, and even investigating titles to determine if there are any possible setbacks you should be aware of.
Landlord/Tenant and Homeowner’s Association Disputes
If you are a landlord or tenant and the other party breached the lease, such as by failing to pay rent or maintaining the property, you can sue for damages. Even if you own your home outright but are subject to homeowner’s association regulations, your chances of disputing alleged violations, fines, and liens increase with the help of a competent real estate lawyer.
Sometimes, financial difficulties prevent you from paying your mortgage on time. If you struggle with staying current on payments, we can help you navigate the perilous path of trustee’s sales, forcible detainers, negotiating with the bank for reduced interest rates or payment deferment.
Assisting Phoenix Homeowners with Invaluable Advice
Monahan Law Firm, PLC helps buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants with navigating Arizona real estate law. We serve the Phoenix metropolitan area, including Avondale, Buckeye, Chandler, Glendale, Mesa, Peoria, Phoenix, Sun City, Surprise, Tempe, and all of Maricopa County. To speak with a dedicated real estate attorney today, call Monahan Law Firm at (623) 385-3190.