Category Archives: Renting Property

Know Your Rights as an Arizona Tenant

Knowing your rights as a tenant can help in any landlord disputes you may have. They can also help you be the best possible tenant and avoid any possible drama or disagreements. Communicate with your landlord in writing All communications with your landlord should be in writing. This is so you can both keep record of everything. If your landlord reaches out verbally kindly ask to continue all communications in writing. If you ever do need to go to court … Read More

Do I Need a Lawyer to Sell My House

Aside from a couple of states that require you to have a real estate attorney to do the closing on your house, you do not always need to hire an attorney to help you sell your house. Selling you home is a lot of work though, so if you decide to hire a lawyer they will help you quite a bit during the process. How a real estate lawyer can help you in selling your home Most people hire a real estate … Read More

Can my Landlord Enter my Apartment When I’m Not There

Some landlords can be overly invasive and enter your apartment without any notice. These types of landlords can be frustrating for you and may even be infringing on your tenant rights. Is it unlawful for your landlord to enter your apartment when you’re not home? Depending on the circumstances, yes. Legal reasons your landlord may access your apartment Landlords must get permission and give notification of at least 24 hours before entering your apartment unless there is a real emergency that … Read More

What Are My Rights as a Tenant

Your rights as a tenant may not always be clearly spelled out for you. Many people don’t know all of their rights, and if you’ve had an application rejected, have been evicted or are just moving into a rental for the first time it’s important to know the basic rights given to you by federal and state law. Your renting rights as a tenant There are a number of rights given to tenants by the federal and state government. Federal Anti-Discrimination … Read More

What is a Quiet Title Action in Arizona?

A quiet title action is a lawsuit filed to determine who owns a piece of real estate. In these lawsuits a court essentially determines who owns the property title. When there is uncertainty about the boundary, claims by a lien holder, a question about an old mortgage, or an easement that’s been used for years without a recorded description a quiet title action is usually filed. When should you file a quiet title action? Title ownership uncertainty doesn’t always have … Read More