Areas of Practice • Land Use • Real Estate Development • Real Estate Finance • Real Estate Transactions • Zoning David A. Durfee practices in all aspects of commercial, residential and industrial real estate acquisition, development, financing, leasing, workouts, foreclosures and disputes. Mr. Durfee’s recent experience includes: • Representing a developer in a $282 million
Christopher A. Combs, Esq. 2200 E. Suite 221 Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 T: (602) 957-9810 F: (602) 955-4712 Email: [email protected] Chris graduated from Arizona State University with a B.S. in Political Science with honors. He received his Juris Doctor, with honors, from the University of Arizona where he was a member of the Law
Joe moved to Arizona from New Jersey in 1996, and has been involved in real estate since 1998. His backgrounds in sales, marketing and investments have served his clients well over the years. Joe was VP of Marketing for several divisions of the Sara Lee Corporation; he later became President of one of their apparel
Lorrie moved to Arizona in 2002 and started her real estate career at that time. She was brought up in NY and then spent 24 years in Los Angeles where she designed and manufactured women’s clothing. Her desire to become a Realtor finally came to fruition when she moved to Arizona. She saw the growth
Associate Broker, Solutions Real Estate, Gilbert, Arizona Web: www.audrywolff.com/ Be right on top of what is coming out on the market. A good real estate agent can help with this because everything is being funneled through the Multiple Listing Service. Be ready to submit an offer the day it is published because there is a
David A Durfee Gallagher Kennedy Law Office AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating, Martindale-Hubbell Listed, Arizona’s Finest Lawyers Email: [email protected] Web: www.gknet.com As is well known, Arizona’s housing situation took a big hit in the recent and current economic slowdown. Speculation on housing caused a significant runup of prices in the major metropolitan areas in Arizona, which
Expert Tips for “Finding the Uncommon Deal” Lawyers are typically not utilized in purchasing a home in Arizona. Instead, under Article 26, ‘ 1, of the Arizona State Constitution (adopted overwhelmingly by Arizona voters in the 1960’s) real estate licensees have the authority to represent sellers and buyers in real estate transactions, including the sale
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