Real Estate Lawyer Ingersoll

Axess Law has a remote real estate lawyer in Ingersoll for day or evening appointments. Buying or selling a home, or refinancing your mortgage, couldn’t get more convenient. Instead of hurrying to find a real estate lawyer in Ingersoll who can meet tight closing deadlines, you simply pick up the phone. Axess Law’s virtual real estate lawyer in Ingersoll does all the rest for you.

Buying a Real Estate Property in Ingersoll

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Title transfer lawyer fees don’t have to be onerous when you buy homes or land. Axess Law puts a virtual Ingersoll real estate lawyer at your fingertips. Our online legal services take the stress out of wondering if your offer is worded correctly. Your Ingersoll real estate lawyer reviews your agreement of purchase and sale for clauses that protect your buyer’s right to cancel, and negotiates with the seller’s lawyer for you.

Selling a Real Estate Property in Ingersoll

Discharging a mortgage in Ontario is handled quickly and professionally when you hire an Axess Law virtual real estate lawyer in Ingersoll. Access legal services from home or office to sell a home or land. Your Ingersoll real estate lawyer reviews and amend buyer’s offers, and witnesses your signature using secure, remote online connections. Your remote real estate lawyer in Ingersoll transfers title to property, and ensures you pay only the property taxes and utilities you actually owe.

Refinancing a Real Estate Property Ingersoll

Weighing mortgage renewal vs refinance? When changing your mortgage makes sense, your Axess Law real estate lawyer in Ingersoll keeps mortgage discharge fees affordable. Our virtual real estate lawyer in Ingersoll reviews mortgage refinance documents from prospective lenders to explain terms and conditions you may not understand.

Online legal services let you discharge old mortgages, and sign and submit new mortgage documents with less stress or expense.

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About Ingersoll

All the charms of a small town with the conveniences of a city, that’s Ingersoll. Founding home of the Canadian Dairymen’s Association, the community celebrates its past at the Ingersoll Cheese Museum and Sports Hall of Fame. The hand-built barns bring to life the 7,300-pound Ingersoll “Mammoth Cheese”, exhibited at the 1866 New York State Fair. While the popular Canterbury Folk Festival signed off in 2019 after 20 years, with ample parkland and the Thames River at its doorstep, there’s plenty to do in Ingersoll.

Sign Legal Documents by Video

Your Axess Law real estate lawyer in Ingersoll video conferences with you anywhere in Ontario 7 days a week, at your convenience. Our online video calls and remote signing services take the work out of solving legal problems. Timely legal advice and low flat rate legal services — make your appointment by dialing 1-647-479-4118, toll free to 1-877-552-9377, or use our online booking form to find a remote Ingersoll real estate lawyer. Debit, cash, VISA or Mastercard accepted. Axess Law makes hiring a real estate lawyer in Ingersoll easy.

Some FAQs

Who applies for the GST/HST new housing rebate and provincial new housing rebate when you buy a home?

The builder may offer to apply for the rebates and reduce the purchase price of your new home by the rebate amounts. Provided you qualify, the builder will have you sign a Canada Revenue Agency form GST190, GST/HST New Housing Rebate Application for Houses Purchased from a Builder. The builder submits the form and claims the rebate amounts on their net taxes.

Is it okay to sign a decline of condominium document review agreement?

Signing away your right to have condominium corporation status certificate reviewed leaves you without potential legal recourse if you find defects after the closing date. Axess Law Ingersoll reviews your agreement of purchase and sale and advises if clauses you signed ought to be withdrawn. We negotiate with the seller’s lawyer to amend the agreement to preserve your right to have a condo inspected by a professional and to ensure the status certificate is reviewed before you close the sale.

Can I apply for a building permit for a new home before I take possession?

You can apply, but proof of ownership is required before you can obtain and use the permit. You won’t legally own the home until construction is complete and the title registered in your name. Axess Law Ingersoll provides a copy of title to the property once it is registered.

What is an escrow closing?

Closing in escrow occurs when you move into a property before title to the property has been legally registered in your name. If a transfer can’t be filed before the local land registry office closes, you’ll be asked to sign an escrow closing agreement extending the closing date until it can be registered and agreeing the seller’s lawyer will hold your funds in trust until then. Your title insurance usually includes gap coverage for the period until the transfer is registered, but double check your policy with your lawyer.

Is there a cooling-off period when you buy a home?

Other than for new condos purchased from builders or developers, generally not. New condo buyers can withdraw their offer within 10 calendar days of receiving the agreement of purchase and disclosure statement. Ask Axess Law to review your contract to see if it has a cooling-off clause.

Are closing costs negotiable?

You might negotiate a flat rate fee with your lawyer — Axess Law’s fees are all flat rates — but otherwise, no. Closing costs are fixed fees that add as much as about 5% to the cost of a home. They include land transfer taxes, plus Toronto’s municipal land transfer tax, title and fire insurance, and registering title to your property. Legal fees and your share of property taxes and utilities are included. For high-ratio mortgages with less than 20% down, mortgage default insurance is added to your costs. HST of 13%, minus any rebates you qualify for, is due for new or substantially renovated homes. As the closing day draws near, your Axess Law lawyer will contact you to finalize the amount you need to bring to our office to conclude your home purchase.