Real Estate Lawyer North Bay

Sign legal documents you need to conclude real estate transactions of any kind. Our remote North Bay real estate lawyer prepares and finalizes mortgage discharges, property title transfers, or amended agreements of purchase and sale online. Axess Law’s North Bay real estate lawyer can even courier documents to a location of your choice, if that’s your preference. Schedule appointments at times that work for you, and never worry about missing an appointment again.

Buying a Real Estate Property in North Bay

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Buy a new home or your second home with confidence. Your Axess Law real estate lawyer in North Bay reviews agreements of purchase and sale for contractual terms that may present legal problems for you. Our remote North Bay real estate lawyer can suggest amendments that protect your ability to withdraw offers, and negotiate with sellers’ lawyers when you need more time. We even arrange title insurance to prevent aggravating, expensive mortgage frauds.

Selling a Real Estate Property in North Bay

Upsizing or downsizing to a new address is less hassle when you use Axess Law’s virtual North Bay real estate lawyer. Our licensed legal team takes the stress out of concluding real estate sales, so you can move on to your next home or investment without delay. Our remote real estate lawyer in North Bay can discharge mortgages, and arrange new financing. We transfer title to Ontario properties for you and, at your request, add family members to a title.

Refinancing a Real Estate Property North Bay

Refinance that investment or personal property with Axess Law’s North Bay real estate lawyer. Interest rates declining, or looking for cash to add a secondary income suite? Your Axess Law real estate lawyer in North Bay handles legal documents your new or existing lender gives you to refinance mortgages.

Whether you’re renegotiating long-term mortgage debt, or need an immediate cash infusion from your lender, your Axess Law real estate lawyer in North Bay gets documents signed and returned promptly.

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About North Bay

Ontario’s Gateway to the North became a popular destination in the 1930s with the birth of the Dionne Quintuplets in nearby Corbeil. With over 3 million visitors flooding into “Quintland” to see the spectacle, North Bay was officially on the map. Today, a waterfront walkway with brilliant gardens that winds alongside Lake Nipissing, and adjoining Trout Lake’s charms continue to draw travellers and cottage dwellers. The secretive NORAD (North American Aerospace Defence Command) North Bay Underground Complex sits vacant for now, while locals lobby to have the former military installation named a national historic site.

Sign Legal Documents by Video

Your Axess Law real estate lawyer in North Bay video conferences with you 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 an Axess Law real estate lawyer in North Bay. Debit, cash, VISA or Mastercard accepted. Axess Law makes hiring a virtual North Bay real estate lawyer easy.

Some FAQs

Can I give a tenant short notice to show an income property?

You can arrange less notice if the tenant agrees, but 24 hours is the legal requirement in Ontario. As landlord, you are required to notify the tenant beforehand that you or a realtor and clients plan to enter the unit for purposes of showing it. Unless you reach some other arrangement, viewings must occur between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Your obligations are the same whether your realtor tours the suite with potential buyers, or home inspectors, insurers, appraisers, or mortgage lenders require access to assess its value.

Is it legal to photograph homes my realtor shows me?

With the homeowners’ and any tenants’ consent, you or your realtor can take photographs or videos of a home while the realtor is present. Homeowners and tenants are understandably reluctant to have their homes’ layout, street address, or possessions photographed or videotaped. They have no way to control what happens to these images after they are taken. Without any assurance you are actually an interested buyer, it’s only common sense. Realtors have an ethical responsibility to treat parties to their transactions with fairness, honesty, and integrity. That includes obtaining buyer’s IDs, and attending showings to protect their clients’ interests.