Real Estate Lawyers in Sudbury, Ontario

Take the pressure out of buying or selling a home with Axess Law Sudbury — your affordable, virtual real estate lawyers. We save you time and money.

Real Estate Lawyer in Sudbury

Axess Law Sudbury gives you valuable legal assistance when you buy or sell matrimonial property in Ontario. Legally married spouses or common law partners on title to homes you share may have property rights that affect your right to sell. Axess Law Sudbury virtual real estate lawyers video conference with you to explain how to structure a title to give you or your spouse the right to keep or dispose of property you own.

Buying a Real Estate Property in Sudbury

Get fast, efficient legal services when you buy a home or land. Even transferring a cottage at the lake to loved ones requires a lawyer’s assistance. Axess Law Sudbury checks titles to property you make an offer on. We arrange transfers to family or friends or discharge mortgages when you sell an existing home. You pay flat fees for most real estate transactions and our virtual real estate lawyers make e-signing a breeze.

Selling a Real Estate Property in Sudbury

Sell a home you live in or rent with Axess Law Sudbury. Our virtual real estate lawyers review agreements of purchase and sale prospective buyers make. We advise you on how to proceed if a buyer requests more time or tries to cancel. If a new offer comes in that you prefer, we check if a sales contract contains penalties or the irrevocable period has passed. Axess Law Sudbury, for solutions to all your virtual home selling needs.

Refinancing a Real Estate Property in Sudbury

Refinance quickly and easily with Axess Law Sudbury’s virtual real estate lawyers. When you prefer to refinance instead of renew, email your lender’s offer to Axess Law Sudbury.
We check the fine print for prepayment penalties or lump sum payment options and get back to you with the legal papers you need to sign.

About Sudbury

The Nickel City has a surprising French-Canadian personality. Traces of its past as a nickel mining giant can still be found in the blackened hills that surround Sudbury. Located on Georgian Bay, Sudbury is located on traditional Ojibwe territory. Underground tours of the mines are a fun outing for kids or adults. Best hidden gem: the Grecian columns and statues of the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes in downtown Sudbury. Catch views of Ramsay Lake while you visit the Stations of the Cross. Live music nightly and nearly 300 nearby lakes make Sudbury “the happiest city in Canada.”

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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

Sure, an offer is not a sale. Anything can happen in the meantime, including the buyer walking away if they can’t get financing or change their mind. Some buyers direct their realtor to continue accepting back-up offers until all subject-to conditions are removed. (A home where all contingencies have been met is less likely to come back on the market and probably not worth pursuing.)
Yes, a Brampton couple received $185,000, including costs and interest, for a similar complaint (Datta v Eze, 2020 ONSC 4796). Cancelling a sale requires mutual consent between buyer and seller. When a sale is rescinded, courts look at the impact on the buyer. For example, in Datta v Eze, the court found the property was the only one that satisfied the buyers’ unique wish list. The fact it appreciated by $150,000 more than the home they bought contributed to the size of the settlement.
How big is your down payment and how much do you need to borrow to buy a home? BMO calculates a $726,000 mortgage with 20% down would cost $2,523 at 2.3%. To get the mortgage, you have to show you can afford it even if interest rates increase by a minimum qualifying rate. That rate is the higher of your interest rate plus 2% or 5.25%. Since 2.3% plus 2% is 4.3%, that option is out. Instead, your lender will assess whether you could still make the payments if your interest rate was 5.25% ($3,432 monthly).
If you mean does it make you appear like a credit risk to lenders, not typically. Your income may increase by the time you buy your next home, or you could be buying a home with rental income. Future lenders are more interested in whether you consistently make mortgage payments on time, and how you manage debts like credit cards. Before you apply next time, ensure your credit score is solid, and reduce or consolidate debts.
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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