Real Estate Lawyers in Oakville, Ontario

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Real Estate Lawyer in Oakville

The high cost of traditional legal services can be surprising. Axess Law Oakville understands you just want to close your real estate transaction with a minimum of fuss and expense. Our virtual real estate lawyers charge you for only the legal services you require. We explain all your costs before we bill you. No hidden extras or added fees, just great legal services.

Buying a Real Estate Property in Oakville

When you find the home of your dreams, Axess Law Oakville closes your real estate transaction on time and on budget. Our licensed real estate lawyers connect with realtors and mortgage lenders to arrange e-signing of legal documents. We transfer the title and discharge old mortgages. All you have to do is can hire a mover and take possession. And if your contract is more complex, we refer you to trusted legal partners.

Selling a Real Estate Property in Oakville

Experienced property pro or first-time seller, Axess Law Oakville virtual real estate lawyers go over all the steps with you so you understand exactly what your sales contract involves. If you’re uncertain what you are committing to if you sign, we explain how an agreement of purchase and sale affects your property sale. Ask us before you accept a standard realtor agreement.

Refinancing a Real Estate Property in Oakville

Weighing whether to refinance or renew? Email us your mortgage refinancing offer. Axess Law Oakville goes over every detail to explain terms and conditions that may have escaped your notice. Refinancing can be a solution when you want to consolidate debts or make major renovations you just can’t finance any other way.
Axess Law Oakville ensures you understand the costs before you sign.

About Oakville

Oakville, hometown of Leave it to Bryan TV host Bryan Baeumler and musician Hagood Hardy, is enviable by nature. Forested walking trails and sailboat-filled harbours on naturally beautiful Lake Ontario make living a breeze. IndyCar racer James Hinchcliffe is an Oakville native and the community boasts Canada’s largest skating club. Besides its own symphony orchestra and ballet company, Oakville hosts the annual Canadian Open at the PGA-recognized Glen Abbey Golf Course. The city by the lake has put itself on the Greater Toronto Area map with the ever popular Oakville Family Ribfest.

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Sign Legal Documents by Video

Your Axess Law real estate lawyer in 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 easy online booking form to find an Axess Law virtual real estate lawyer. Debit, cash, VISA or Mastercard accepted. 

Some FAQs

According to ratehub.ca, which did the math, $175,230 a year, plus $200,000 down. That’s not all. Covering land transfer tax (add municipal land transfer tax in Toronto) and other closing costs will cost you a cool $15,000 to $40,000. Mortgage payments, property taxes and heating will add about$4,641 to your monthly budget. Couple that with any other credit lines or car loans you owe, and you’ll need close to $6,000 a month, without incidentals like food, clothing, and entertainment. Of course, as ratehub.ca points out, that’s at today’s interest rates and without adding children to the mix.
Taking a risk by changing jobs can be positive for your career, but lousy for your mortgage prospects. Lenders typically require a couple of pay stubs and reassurance you’ve passed your probationary period before considering a mortgage application. Not telling a lender you’ve changed jobs after applying could be mortgage fraud if it misrepresents your income and job stability. And a drop income could correspond to a drop in your mortgage amount.
Appraisers use comps, or the sales comparison approach, unless you have rentals. In that case, they use income to calculate a home’s value. What it would cost to replace your home can also work. The comps approach is based on what nearby homes sold for in the past six to 12 months, and what condition your home’s in. Appraisers may photograph interiors, exteriors, issues like foundation cracks or wobbling stairs, and neighbouring properties to see if they’re well maintained.
Applying for a parking permit is a fair amount of work, so it makes sense listing a parking spot that isn’t approved won’t be welcome. Realtors usually list “0” parking spaces when a homeowner doesn’t have a licence for residential off-street parking, aka a legal front parking pad. Not having a permit can result in a fine, not exactly what a new homeowner wants to hear.
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.

Having your agreement of purchase and sale reviewed by Axess Law’s virtual real estate lawyers or in person ensures you make an informed decision. We explain all the details before you make legal commitments and point out terms and conditions you may want to alter.

Our real estate lawyers go over condo status certificates for details your realtor skipped over, like whether the reserve fund for major repairs is adequate or if the condo corporation has legal problems.

Building a new home? We have real estate lawyers nearby who can check pre-construction purchase contracts or assignments for sale for legal issues you may encounter.

We make appointments that fit your schedule and your lifestyle. You can drop into an open law office on Sundays or meet online or in person, whenever or wherever works best for you.
Of course! We take VISA, Mastercard, or AMEX and email receipts for your financial records. Pay by phone or online.
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