New Landlords Should Not Ignore Arizona’s Requirement To Register With The County Assessor’s Office

By: Cory L. Braddock With ongoing price volatility in Arizona’s residential real estate market, homeowners may be tempted to become recreational landlords. Anyone considering renting their home, however, should be aware that Arizona law requires residential rental property owners to … Continue reading

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Is the Future Bright for Commercial Real Estate in Arizona?

By Cory L. Braddock AZRE Magazine recently published an interesting article discussing the outlook for the commercial real estate market in Arizona.  To give it a read, click here.

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ABOR Fences Out a Property Owner’s Quiet Title Action

By: Cory L. Braddock  In May of last year, the Arizona Court of Appeals determined that “the statute of limitations does not run against a plaintiff in possession who brings a quiet title action purely to remove a cloud on … Continue reading

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Suing a Licensed Real Estate Professional May Require You to Complete and Turn In Your Homework.

By: Cory L. Braddock A lawyer must have a good faith belief, after reasonable inquiry, that a lawsuit he files is grounded in fact and warranted by existing law.  Ariz. R. Civ. P. 11.  In other words, lawyers violate Arizona’s … Continue reading

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The Clock Doesn’t Tick-Tock for Owners in Possession

By: Cory L. Braddock The Arizona Court of Appeals recent decision in Cook v. Town of Pinetop-Lakeside, 661 Ariz. Adv. Rep. 31 (App, May 28, 2013) reiterated its forty-three year old holding in City of Tucson v. Morgan, 13 Ariz. … Continue reading

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