Real Estate Lawyer Brampton

Looking for an affordable Brampton real estate lawyer? You’ve found us! Your Axess Law real estate lawyer in Brampton offers a second-to-none experience. You don’t even have to leave your house to sign legal or mortgage refinancing documents. Our experienced legal team closes transactions quickly and smoothly. Ask about our price-match guarantee and experience top-rated legal services at a great price!

Buying a Real Estate Property in Brampton

Our Vision

Buyer beware! Axess Law real estate lawyers examine your offer to purchase for red flags you may be getting more than you bargained for. Real estate contracts can be complex, with language even the most experienced buyer may find confusing. Your Axess Law Brampton real estate lawyer goes over every clause to ensure your financial rights are protected. We revise your real estate agreement to give you the right to a home inspection and much more.

Selling a Real Estate Property in Brampton

Real estate sellers can have obligations that extend beyond the closing date of a real estate contract. Without professional advice from an Axess Law’s Brampton real estate lawyer, property defects you may not even know about can be legally binding on you. Your virtual real estate lawyer in Brampton points out problem areas in offers to purchase. We do title searches and negotiate with buyers’ lawyers when issues arise that could jeopardize your real estate sale.

Refinancing a Real Estate Property in Brampton

Get a better interest rate or access cash in your home by refinancing real estate in Ontario. Even if you have to break a mortgage before the term expires, prepayment penalties may be worth it. Refinancing real estate to consolidate debt? You save money, and financial headaches, by making a single monthly payment you can afford.

Your Axess Law Brampton real estate lawyer prepares the legal documents you need to take advantage of refinancing opportunities.

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About Brampton

Brampton has been Canada’s Flower City since the 1860 opening of the Edward Dale nursery. “The Flowertown of Canada” produced over 20 million varieties of blooms annually for worldwide export and today, Brampton’s fragrant flower beds are a proud legacy of its past. Greater Toronto Area’s third largest city, Brampton plays host to a popular summer festival at the venerable, brick Rose Theatre, and has the highest Sikh and Hindu population in Canada. With its proximity to Toronto airport and Highways 401 and 403, the city attracts the headquarters of major Canadian employers, making Brampton a magnet for families who want to live where they work.

Sign Legal Documents by Video

Axess Law real estate lawyers 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 easy online booking form to find a remote real estate lawyer in Brampton. Debit, cash, VISA, or Mastercard accepted.

Some FAQs

Are deposit bonds on offers to purchase for real estate secure?

Realtors and mortgage brokers seem to think so. Take into account that you pay a fee for the convenience of giving a real estate seller a written guarantee, instead of cash, a certified cheque, or bank draft. If your offer is unsuccessful, you get options, but no refund. Our advice: read the fine print in a real estate agreement before you act, and if you have any questions, ask an Axess Law real estate lawyer in Brampton..

Can I barter to get a home, instead of buying it?

You can acquire a home or land for any consideration a real estate seller will accept. Axess Law Brampton drafts the agreement of purchase and sale based on your instructions. We do advise talking with an accountant or Canada Revenue Agency, however, before you sign.

Do I get compensated if a new build home isn't ready on time?

New home construction delays are common, but you may be owed compensation if the builder didn’t follow delayed closing warranty procedures in Ontario’s New Home Warranties Plan. With proper written notice, the closing date can be extended for up to 240 days. After that time, you can make a claim under your Tarion warranty for $150 a day, plus expenses like moving or storage. The maximum claim is $7,500 plus GST/HST.

Is a status certificate necessary for a condo or can I hire a home inspector instead?

Hiring a home inspector is a smart move. We highly suggest it. It’s easy to overlook issues when you’re emotionally involved with a real estate investment. The status certificate is something different altogether, and is a legal representation of your condo’s condition. Ignoring it reduces your ability to seek recourse if the unit you buy has major issues. Your Axess Law virtual real estate lawyer in Brampton reviews the certificate for unpaid common expenses you could inherit from the seller, or outstanding legal issues that could create future problems for you. Ask us if you have any qualms about a real estate purchase.