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Laying Down the Law: Personal Representatives Must Disclose Their Capacity in Purchase Contracts


Christopher J. Charles, Esq. & Brian L. Eastin Founder/Managing Partner & Attorney, Provident Law Personal Representatives are required to perform a myriad of duties in administering a decedent’s estate. These duties often include selling real estate.  While performing their duties and when acting in their representative capacity, Personal Representatives are generally shielded from the estate’s… Read more

Publisher’s Letter: October Issue


Tricia Covert Publisher, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business   We continue to hear about positive growth in Arizona, specifically in the Greater Phoenix area. This issue touches on some key areas of growth in the commercial sector of the market, including how Arizona fits into the green building conversation. Availability of land, or… Read more

Helping Clients Identify Blind Spots

Laying Down the Law, Uncategorized

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Founder & Partner, Provident Law     Successful REALTORS® understand that satisfied clients are the best sources for referrals.  Delivering unexpected value to buyers and sellers is a great way to exceed clients’ expectations.  And identifying a real estate transaction’s “blind spots” is an effective way to create loyal clients.  Blind… Read more

What’s New with Real Estate Education


John Hondros Chairman, Hondros Education Group/Arizona School of Real Estate & Business   The year 2017 has been very active and it’s hard to believe that we are now in the final months of it. The real estate market throughout the country has been keeping all of us busy, which is great for our industry… Read more

SRPMIC Economic Development


Quannah Davis Economic Development Dept. Mgr., Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community     In 2016 and 2017, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community continued its track record of successful economic development projects.  Years ago, its elected Council limited commercial development to the Community’s borders to preserve, for its members and visitors, the open landscape and… Read more

Commercial Investors


George Bliss & Joan Krueger Principal & Director, Bliss Realty & Investment     Real estate investing is an old and cherished method of moving real estate.  Investors exist in both the residential and commercial real estate arenas.  But, at least in the commercial world, the investment scenario, while it may look different than before… Read more

Greater Phoenix Commercial Market 2017


Bob Mulhern Senior Managing Director, Colliers International   The Greater Phoenix commercial real estate market has continued to strengthen in 2017, although the pace of improvement has generally slowed. The office and industrial markets are showing the strongest gains with retail lagging behind. The greatest source of demand for commercial real estate is job growth,… Read more

Market Summary


Michael Orr Founder & Owner, The Cromford Report   The Greater Phoenix housing market continues strong and healthy and continues to heavily favor sellers over buyers. The supply shortage we have experienced for several years continues unabated but there are some changes in the segments of the market that are most affected. At the low… Read more

The Green Building Movement in Arizona


Patti Mason USGBC Mountain West Regional Director, U.S. Green Building Council   The green building industry has come a long way – both here in Arizona and throughout the world – since the launch of LEED less than 20 years ago. LEED has quickly become the world’s most widely used green building rating system and… Read more

Arizona: The Connected Place


Steve Zylstra CEO, Arizona Technology Council Arizona has become a hotspot for the Internet of Things (IoT), the interconnection of computers and devices embedded in everyday objects that send and receive data. This is readily apparent as the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC) has stepped up as a major advocate by launching The Connected Place,… Read more

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