Competence, Diligence, Results

Successfully addressing real estate issues is a key component of any successful business venture.  The need for professional, unbiased representation in real estate transactions is often overlooked by buyers and sellers alike.  All too often the parties rely exclusively on agents and brokers, who understandably have a economic interest in the closing, and overlook important aspects of the larger transaction.  The real estate attorneys at Blake & Pulsifer take a holistic approach to their clients’ real estate transactions.  The real estate attorneys at Blake & Pulsifer take a holistic approach to their clients’ real estate transactions. We will work closely with you and your other professionals to analyze and structure the transaction to achieve the greatest mutual benefit to all parties.  From individual residential transactions to large‑scale multi party development projects, we have the staff and expertise to make your transaction a success.  We analyze, negotiate, and facilitate real estate transactions virtually every day, including complex purchase contracts and leases, title commitments, due diligence documentation, financing arrangements, and closings.  At Blake & Pulsifer, we bring the competence and diligence–you get the results.

Real Estate Law Attorneys: Marc Pulsifer, Paul Liberatore.

Real Estate Clients

  • Real Estate Investors
  • Real Estate Investment Groups
  • Landlords
  • Commercial Tenants
  • Developers
  • Agents and Brokers
  • Homeowner Associations
  • Individuals Facing Foreclosure
  • Short-sellers and buyers
  • Businesses Facing Foreclosure or Eviction
  • Title Companies

Real Estate Services

  • Purchases/sales of Raw Land
  • Purchases/sales of Commercial Buildings
  • Organization of  Entities for Real Estate Investors
  • Real Estate Financing
  • Commercial and Residential Leases
  • Consulting on Foreclosures and Short Sales
  • Work-outs on Commercial Real Estate
  • Residential Investment Consulting
  • Construction Loan Financing
  • Construction Contracts and Subcontracts
  • Property Tax Exemptions and Classifications
  • Easements
  • Boundary Line Disputes
  • Leasehold Mortgages
  • Title Issues
  • Administrative Law – Arizona Department of Real Estate (ADRE)
  • Deed Restrictions
  • Error and Omissions Litigation
  • Failure to Disclose Litigation
  • Specific Performance
  • Adverse Possession
  • Injunction and Quiet Title Actions
  • Commission Disputes
  • Foreclosures and Trustee Sales
  • Short Sales
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