Real Estate Lawyer Aurora

Real estate lawyers get the deal done when the stakes are high. Axess Law has a fast and surprisingly affordable real estate lawyer in Aurora who can video conference with you 7 days a week. Our remote real estate lawyer Aurora service connects with your realtor and mortgage lender to take you from real estate offer to opening the front door of your new home. Axess Law charges less than you’d expect to pay for a traditional real estate lawyer in Aurora. Ask us how.

Buying a Real Estate Property in Aurora

Our Vision

Get your real estate lawyer contract reviewed before you make an offer on a home or land in Aurora. Real estate agreements of purchase and sale can have terms and conditions that disadvantage you as a buyer. Your Axess Law real estate lawyer in Aurora preserves your buyer’s right to cancel by revising agreements before you make an irrevocable offer. We take the stress out of negotiating to buy a home you want.

Selling a Real Estate Property in Aurora

Your Axess Law virtual Aurora real estate lawyer can handle all the finer points of selling a home or raw land in Ontario. Conduct closings from any iPhone, Android, tablet, home computer, or even while you work when you hire an Axess Law real estate lawyer in Aurora. Selling your home doesn’t have to be a chore. An Axess Law virtual Aurora real estate lawyer does it all for you by convenient remote video conference call.

Refinancing a Real Estate Property in Aurora

Refinancing your mortgage, but worried old debts may make lenders leery? Axess Law’s virtual real estate lawyer in Aurora searches your property title to ensure it’s free and clear of construction liens or other financial encumbrances before you accept a refinancing offer.

We explain your mortgage contract’s terms and conditions so you understand what you are signing, and complete all the legal paperwork for you.

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About Aurora

Aurora is minutes from Toronto, yet worlds apart from city living. The picture perfect town is one of Canada’s 10 wealthiest communities. Visit the grand display of tulips at the 73-foot granite centopath, gifted to the town by the Dutch-Canadian Friendship Tulip Gardens project. You may just want to stay awhile in family-oriented Aurora, with its maze of walking trails and Saturday farmer’s market that draws browsers from around the Greater Toronto Area. The best part of casual, small-town living is the Concerts in the Park, where you can keep good company in Aurora.

Sign Real Estate Documents by Video

An Axess Law Aurora real estate lawyer can video conference with you anywhere in Ontario. Call to talk to real estate lawyers 7 days a week, day or evening, at your convenience. Our online video calls and remote signing services take the work out of closing real estate transactions. Timely legal advice and low flat rate legal services — make your appointment by dialing 647-479-4118 in Toronto (toll free to 1-877-552-9377), or use our online booking form to find a remote real estate lawyer in Aurora. Debit, cash, VISA, or Mastercard accepted. Axess Law makes hiring a virtual real estate lawyer in Aurora easy.

Some FAQs

Can co-signers be added to an existing mortgage?

Most lenders are open to co-signers with equity. Co-signers bring assets the lender can draw on if you default. They may be able to bridge you over difficult spots like a temporary job loss, or take title to the property by assuming the mortgage. Your Axess Law virtual real estate lawyer in Aurora can easily add family members to title to properties, or business associates if the property is a corporate asset.

Is assuming a mortgage easy to do?

It can be. Assuming a mortgage can work to a seller’s advantage if the interest rate is better than buyers can currently get. Real estate sellers are liable for the payments for the first year if the buyer defaults, and naturally, your lender must consent. As seller, you get the difference between your home’s purchase price and the mortgage. Your Axess Law virtual real estate lawyer prepares mortgage documents for assumable mortgages when they complete the real estate transaction.

Can mortgage deferrals be extended?

By all means approach your lender if you need more time to resume your mortgage payments. Your lender will want to know how you plan to find work, make money, or reduce your expenses. If your home is your principal residence, that plan may include making a consumer proposal or applying for bankruptcy. As long as you are up to date with mortgage payments, lenders can’t change your mortgage or prevent you from renewing because you filed a consumer proposal. But they can foreclose if you stop making payments without having a deferral agreement.

Can I reduce my offer for water damage to a condo?

If you discovered the water damage after you made the offer, it’s fair to ask the seller to repair the unit or reduce their price. They may not agree, which leaves you to decide whether to close or cancel. Cancelling can have financial consequences, unless your offer was subject to a satisfactory home inspection by a qualified professional. Your Axess Law virtual real estate lawyer in Aurora can negotiate with the seller’s lawyer when home inspections turn up defects.