What is a Real Estate Special Commissioner?
Here’s your definitive guide.
Legal disputes involving the sale, lease, and disposition of co-owned or managed real property can strain even the most patient and prepared individuals. The appointment of a Real Estate Special Commissioner, however, can help streamline complex processes and protocols, thereby bringing peace of mind to a difficult and often emotionally-charged process.
But what is a Real Estate Special Commissioner, and how can his/ her services resolve your real property dispute?
Our guide, “What is a Real Estate Special Commissioner?” answers these questions and examines the use of special commissioners in Arizona superior court cases.
- Market Valuation: Real Estate Special Commissioners conduct market analyses to determine accurate property valuations.
- Preparing Property for Market: Real Estate Special Commissioners can require parties to make certain repairs to properties, make the property accessible, and ensure that the property is market-ready.
- Custom Marketing: Special Real Estate Commissioners develop sales and marketing plans to bring property to market.
- Contracts: Special commissioners can negotiate contracts, identifying ways to minimize liability and maximize value.
- Manage court appearances: Real Estate Special Commissioners in divorce, probate, partition, or other jointly-owned property cases will make court appearances when requested by the court, and manages the day-to-day requirements mandated by the court.
Are you looking to settle a dispute involving real estate assets and streamline litigation?
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