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Documents Required To Close Your Home Purchase

Excited as you may be, you’ll need to stay on top of it to close your real estate transaction on time.  Axess Law is there for you. We process real estate deals across Ontario, by video call or in person, 7 days a week, day or evening. Here’s a list of documents you need to…Read More

Buying New Construction

Buying a brand new house or condominium can be exciting.  New residential developments pop up every week. Before you make a move, talk to an Axess Law real estate lawyer (Toronto, Greater Toronto Area or Ottawa) about your draft agreement of purchase and sale.  We explain what’s different about buying directly from developers and review…Read More

Buying Rental Property

Need a mortgage helper? When you want rental income or space for extended family, buying an investment property in Ontario is a perfect use of mortgage financing.  Axess Law has a real estate lawyer (Toronto area or Ottawa) if you need to close a real estate transaction quickly or cheaply. We keep our mortgage discharge…Read More

Hidden Costs of Home Buying

Hidden home buying costs can add thousands to your real estate bill. Budget carefully before you buy. Saving for a home in places like Toronto and the Greater Golden Horseshoe can take years. Putting aside a down payment, finding a home you can afford in a place you want to live — it all takes…Read More

New Incentives for First-Time Buyers

Buying a home in the Greater Toronto Area just got easier. Changes to the federal First-Time Home Buyer Incentive (FTHBI) lift the maximum you can pay for your first ever home to $722,000. New borrowers who didn’t qualify in past can participate. And now the FTHBI cap has gone up, condos, resale homes outside Toronto…Read More

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