Ben Gottlieb, one of the most successful real estate attorneys in the Valley and founder of Gottlieb Law, says there are plenty of things buyers and sellers and developers should keep their eyes on heading into 2023. 

“We are in an interesting, evolving real estate dynamic right now,” Gottlieb says. “The law is a serious field, there are always a lot of moving parts. With that being said, there are a lot of real estate trends with legal implications that people should watch heading into 2023.”

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In this episode of “Real Estate Pulse with Ben Gottlieb,” the law industry leader talks about some of the legal issues people need to know about heading into 2023 when it comes to all things real estate.

Gottlieb, 37, has racked up an impressive list of accomplishments during his 12-year career, a sampling of which includes:

• Selected to the Southwest Super Lawyers Rising Stars list for the past six years, a designation given to no more than 2.5 percent of the attorneys in any practice area;

• Named to the Top 100 Lawyers in Arizona list (2020-2022);

• AZ Big Media’s Arizona Business Leaders list (2020-2022);

• Arizona Business Magazine’s People to Know in Commercial Real Estate (2021);

• Best Lawyers List (2022).

“We will continue to use state-of-the-art technology to help solve legal problems faster,” Gottlieb says. “And by combining legal talent that has decades of successful experience in the law with its high-caliber collaborative approach and top-of-the-line technology, Gottlieb Law will continue to deliver superior legal services and outcomes for its clients.”  

Benjamin L. Gottlieb is the founding partner of Gottlieb Law. He has an unblemished trial record and is recognized as one of the top real estate attorneys in Arizona. He earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University, with high honors and his Juris Doctor from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University where he was a Pedrick Scholar and served as the managing editor of the Arizona State Law Journal. In the latter capacity, Benjamin was the recipient of the Outstanding Managing Editor award. Gottlieb also is an Arizona Department of Real Estate-approved instructor and teaches continuing education courses on real estate law to realtors.