Arizona Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

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Updated December 29, 2021

An Arizona real estate power of attorney is a document provided by a principal to grant permission for an agent or an attorney the ability to sell, acquire, manage or refinance property on their behalf. Generally, the document is used to choose an agent to complete a closing once a sale has been agreed upon, however, it may also be used to allow another person to do real estate negotiations on behalf of the principal. This document will require that one witness review and sign the document, and it will require the acknowledgment of a notary public.