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Real Estate Disputes, Transactions

Clients of real estate attorney John McKindles benefit from his keen insight in real estate purchases and sales, and in controversies such as property disputes, foreclosure, short sales and anti-deficiency protection.

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Arizona Anti-Deficiency Protection, Short Sales and Foreclosure  If a borrower enters into a short sale agreement but the lender does not agree to waive its right to pursue a deficiency resulting from the sale, the borrower has lost the anti-deficiency protection available in foreclosure.

Debt Modification Strategies  If you are considering a loan modification (also known as "loan workout," "debt reformation" or "debt reconciliation") you generally must decide which is more important to you: maintaining your good credit rating or re-working your debt.

Deeds in Lieu of Foreclosure in Arizona  An Arizona borrower considering a deed in lieu of foreclosure should review all documentation associated with the loan and the lender’s offer and consider the legal concepts at work.

Secured Assets: Debt Negotiation and Judgment Protection  One of your main objectives before trying to negotiate a loan modification is to make yourself judgment-proof.

Other Money Problems? See Mr. McKindles's articles on dealing with financial challenges

Avvo Mesa AZ Real Estate Attorney

Real Estate Controversy

John McKindles regularly represents property owners (buyers and sellers) and investors in real estate disputes, litigation and trials, including controversies arising out of ownership of distressed real estate. These legal matters may involve:

  • foreclosure

  • short sales

  • anti-deficiency protection

  • breach of contract

  • title insurance

  • escrow errors and omissions

  • residential and commercial construction (involving owners, buyers, general contractors and subcontractors)

  • commercial leases

  • misrepresentation claims arising out of purchase and sale transactions

  • real estate broker liability

  • quiet title actions and

  • boundary disputes (including adverse possession, encroachment, survey and easement issues).

Prevailing in a real estate dispute requires the energy, insight and personal attention of a veteran real estate litigator and trial lawyer, you can rely on John McKindles’ experience in a wide variety of real estate issues.

Real Estate Law and Property Transactions

John McKindles offers extensive experience in all aspects of real property law and real estate transactions. In matters involving commercial real estate, investment property, undeveloped property (including raw and vacant land), and complex residential real estate, John McKindles can assist in:

  • purchase,

  • sale,

  • leasing,

  • development,

  • negotiations and

  • drafting of legal documents.

If your real estate transaction requires the assistance of lawyers experienced in title insurance, land development issues, the drafting of lease agreements and contracts, or commercial or residential landlord and tenant matters, you can count on Mr. McKindles’ legal knowledge and guidance.

Understanding your rights, responsibilities and options is an important step in addressing your real estate challenges and objectives. To schedule a comprehensive one-hour legal consultation with John McKindles, call his legal assistant, Willie Benefiel, at 480-964-9302.

Initial Consultation Fee: $200.00