Grand Bend Ontario Lawyers

Buy, sell, or refinance with ease when you use Axess Law Grand Bend virtual real estate lawyers. When you need fast, convenient service, 7 days a week, dial our remote, licensed legal team. Axess Law Grand Bend is a virtual lawyer service.

Real Estate Lawyer in Grand Bend

Real estate lawyers in real time — that’s what Axess Law Grand Bend delivers. Online legal services are fast and effective. You save time and money by going online with a legal professional. Our state-of-the-art video conferencing services are way less intimidating than you might expect. Never used a virtual real estate lawyer before? Axess Law Grand Bend emails you a link and walks you through every step.

Buying a Real Estate Property in Grand Bend

Buying real estate is deadline intensive. Axess Law Grand Bend ensures you meet your obligations to sellers. Our legal team takes your agreement of purchase and sale and ensures it has clauses you need to make real estate purchases go smoothly. Access lawyers online to have condo status certificates reviewed for financial or legal issues that could trip you up later, all for low flat fees.

Selling a Real Estate Property in Grand Bend

Transfer title to property you sell secure in the knowledge Axess Law Grand Bend has tied up the finer points. Your real estate transaction proceeds on schedule when you use our online legal services. Connect remotely with a flat fee real estate lawyer to discharge a mortgage in Ontario. Call Axess Law Grand Bend if conditional clauses worry you. We negotiate with buyers’ lawyers for you.

Refinancing a Real Estate Property Grand Bend

If you’re wondering do you need a lawyer to refinance a mortgage, the answer is yes. Axess Law Grand Bend has online legal services anytime and anywhere you need a virtual real estate lawyer.
Whether you’re negotiating to get a better interest rate, or refinancing to renovate a kitchen or outdated bath, we finalize your mortgage documents with a minimum of fuss and expense.

About Grand Bend

Main street Grand Bend has that friendly village feel you’d expect from a summer beach destination. “Florida North” typically vibrates with shoppers by day and revellers by night. Star of MTV reality series Grand Benders from 2012 to 2015, the Lambton County community is a serene spa wonderland in winter. Catch a glimpse of awe-inspiring, frozen Lake Huron waves from the Grand Bend Lighthouse pier, then relax with a free skate at Pinery Provincial Park. No day trip is complete without a turn at the Grand Bend Motorplex, host to the International Hot Rod Association Canadian Nationals.

What Our Customers Say About Us

We are rated 4.8/5 based on 1,475 reviews.

Sign Legal Documents by Video

Axess Law video conferences with you anywhere in Ontario. Call to talk to real estate lawyers 7 days a week, day or evening, at your convenience. Our virtual lawyer services make it easier to get legal services. Timely legal advice and low flat rate legal services — make your appointment by dialing 647-479-4118, toll free to 1-877-552-9377, or use our easy online booking form. Debit, cash, VISA or Mastercard accepted.

Some FAQs

Grand Bend allows roofless decks less than two feet high to be built without a permit. Otherwise, building permits are required any time you construct, add on to, move, or remove a structure on your property that’s 10 m2 (108 square feet) or more in size. Likewise, a permit is needed to demolish structures. Other zoning bylaws, laws, or regulations may also apply, so you are best to check before you start any project.
Sellers are not required to reveal anything about their home, called the SPIS (seller property information sheet), or neighbourhood plans. Always check with your realtor and municipal planning department for zoning in the area you are buying and planned future uses, like rental or commercial developments. The official community plan can tell you if major works projects, like installing new roadways or water lines, are expected.
It is if you buy a freehold home in a development with a tied parcel of land. Common elements attached to tied parcels of land are treated the same in Ontario real estate law as for traditional condos. The common element condominium corporation (CECC) the developer creates to fund and build roads in your subdivision is usually contained in a schedule to your agreement of purchase and sale, or a separate agreement altogether.
Semi-detached homes are often freehold properties, where you pay upkeep and property taxes on your own unit, just like you would for a single family home. They can be joined to one home or, in the case of rowhouses, several. Townhomes are usually condominiums, where buyers own their unit plus a share of common elements like parking, balconies, or amenities. Unlike freehold owners, condo owners pay monthly fees to maintain common elements.
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.

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.

See more FAQs