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Best Ways to Word Home Inspection Clauses

Inspection clauses in real estate contracts can make the difference between walking away or having the seller pay for necessary repairs to a home you buy.  Caveat emptor! Buyer beware — waiving home inspections in Ontario could rob you of vital legal options if your home purchase goes wrong.  Axess Law makes amendments to agreements…Read More

Timing Real Estate Closings

Take the pressure out of buying and selling a home by not closing on the same day.  Axess Law times real estate transactions to happen in a way that doesn’t leave you struggling if your deal is delayed, for any reason. Seller’s Closing Duties When you sell your home to buy a new one, you…Read More

Land Transfer Taxes

Closing real estate deals goes quicker when you use Axess Law Ontario’s experienced real estate lawyers. We take the worry out of calculating land transfer taxes (LTTs) because we do it all for you.  Land transfer taxes pay for municipal services, but unlike property taxes they only come due once. LTTs are legislated by government…Read More

Home Insurance Guide for Buyers

Home buyer alert! Don’t leave homeowner’s insurance to the last minute when you purchase a new home. Your mortgage lender requires it to protect what could be the biggest investment in your portfolio. An Axess Law licensed real estate lawyer (Toronto area or Ottawa) can advise you on getting a fire insurance binder.  We help…Read More

Real Estate Closing Documents Checklist

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

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