Title Insurance and it’s use in Real Estate
So you are finally set to close on a real estate property and move in to your new home. You have hired a real estate agent to help you find the property within your price range, in the neighbourhood of your choice and the offer has been accepted. You have decided on the lawyer you wish to work with and are eager to know how much all of this is...Read More
With 2019 just around the corner, a lot of us may be thinking about our new year’s resolutions.
Our reminder to you is to ensure that this year you check off a critical task on your to do list: Preparation of Wills and Power of Attorneys.
A Will allows you to take care of your family members first by ensuring that you select the correct person to manage your affairs after you...Read More
Do you need your real estate agreement reviewed by a real estate lawyer?
When you enter into an agreement to buy or sell a property, you are entering into something that may very well turn into a binding legal contract. A standard agreement of purchase and sale has all the necessary legal elements of a contract, such as the offer, acceptance, consideration as well as a meeting of the minds. In...Read More
It is no doubt that a real estate lawyer plays a key role in your transaction.
Broadly speaking, in a purchase transaction, your real estate lawyer will conduct the necessary searches of title, order insurance policies, work with your mortgage lender, correspond with the other side and attend to registration of your transaction.
In a sale transaction, the real estate lawyer will work with your...Read More
Condominium Law: Buying real estate in Kitchener-Waterloo and surrounding regions
It is interesting to see how many people tend to gravitate towards purchasing a condominium as opposed to a semi-detached or detached home. Whether you have just started shopping for real estate or have already signed an Agreement of Purchase and Sale, one thing is for sure: as a potential buyer, it is a...Read More
TYPICAL ROLE OF A BUYER IN A REAL ESTATE PURCHASE TRANSACTION
A typical real estate transaction involves multiple parties which may include: the buyer and seller, the real estate agent, mortgage broker, representative of the bank / lender, insurance companies, as well as lawyers on both ends of the deal – one for the seller and another for the buyer. Once you have selected the lawyer to...Read More