Real Estate Lawyers Vaughan, Ontario

When you need a lawyer in a hurry, Axess Law has real estate lawyers in Vaughan for less. Our Vaughan real estate lawyers make appointments that suit your schedule, at fees you can afford. Axess Law is a virtual real estate lawyer service.


Real Estate Lawyer Vaughan

An Axess Law Vaughan real estate lawyer can make your home sale and title transfer quick and economical. If you haven’t used a virtual real estate lawyer in Vaughan before, you’ll be surprised at how convenient it really is. Drop into any conveniently located Greater Toronto Area office, or visit with our licensed real estate lawyers online, from the comfort of your home or office. Your Vaughan real estate lawyer gets important legal documents to you so you can close your real estate transaction on time and on budget.

Buying a Real Estate Property in Vaughan

Found the home and interest rates you want? An Axess Law Vaughan real estate lawyer finalizes real estate documents to close the perfect deal for less than you’d expect. Our flat fee real estate lawyer in Vaughan makes home buying more affordable. Have our experienced legal professionals review your agreement of purchase and sale for essential clauses that protect your buyer’s rights. When real estate deadlines are tight, we deliver on schedule.


Selling a Real Estate Property in Vaughan

Flipping a fixer upper or moving across country, Axess Law has a virtual Vaughan real estate lawyer near you. Our licensed, remote real estate lawyer in Vaughan manages property sales of any size or volume. Drop in — we’re in Greater Toronto Area — or go virtual to transfer titles to real estate you own and buy a new home after you sell. Axess Law’s Vaughan real estate lawyer service reviews agreements of purchase and sale via convenient, secure video conference. Buyer won’t close or wants concessions? We offer fast solutions, or refer you to trusted legal partners for more complex real estate sales.

Refinancing a Real Estate Property in Vaughan

Refinance while the market is hot, or use the equity in your real estate holdings to cancel out other debts. Prepayment penalties for breaking your mortgage can add up, and adding to your mortgage’s amortization period can have long-term consequences.

Before you sign anything, review your new mortgage’s terms, conditions, and costs with our licensed real estate lawyers. An Axess Law Vaughan real estate lawyer finalizes mortgage refinancing offers to get you on your way.

About Vaughan

Vaughan’s the destination to be for all the conveniences of Toronto living without the prices. Canada’s Wonderland and LEGOLAND Discovery Centre are here and the business centre is a thriving hub for professionals and entrepreneurs. Family-oriented neighbourhoods have schools and playgrounds nearby. Highway 400 and the “Yonge Line” run through Vaughan, making traffic heavy but almost everywhere in the GTA easy to get to. The busy Sportsplex has lots of options for after hours fun and you can always hop on a bike or go for a hike on weekends.

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Sign Real Estate Documents by Video

An Axess Law real estate lawyer in Vaughan can video conference with you anywhere in Ontario. Call to talk to a real estate lawyer in Vaughan 7 days a week, day or evening, at your convenience. Our online video calls and remote signing services take the work out of closing real estate transactions. Timely legal advice and low flat rate legal services — make your appointment by dialing 647-479-4118 in Toronto (toll free to 1-877-552-9377) or use our easy online booking form to find an in-person or remote real estate lawyer in Vaughan. Debit, cash, VISA, or Mastercard accepted.

Some Real Estate FAQs

Not if title to the real estate is in her name, not yours. In that case, you have neither any financial investment nor mortgage obligations. When your name is on title to real estate with your daughter and the lender, you are jointly liable for the full mortgage payments. You are also liable if you co-signed a mortgage for real estate with your daughter.

Ontario’s Family Law Act deems every home where you and your spouse spend time together a matrimonial home. A cottage you rarely visit can qualify, as can boats, RVs, trailers, and other shared property. Matrimonial real estate is divided equally when you divorce, unless you agreed on a different share in your marriage contract. Real estate you were gifted or inherited after marrying (by someone other than your spouse), that was never used by both of you, is excluded.

You mean a notice of sale letter requesting you immediately pay the mortgage or your home will be sold? Although you still hold title to your real estate holdings at this stage, it’s shared with your lender. Your lender may be unprepared to wait for you to sell, especially if you’ve missed several mortgage payments.

On the other hand, if you borrow money from a private lender to bring your mortgage up to date, they may relent. That allows you to go on living in real estate you own while you decide what to do now. If you really can’t maintain the mortgage, this is the time to list your home and hope for a quick sale. The lender might agree to you renting part of the home to get through a temporary job loss, or other short-term financial problems. 

If you do take out a second mortgage, or charge delinquent payments to a new credit card, be prepared to show your lender how you will juggle the extra hit to your budget until you sell.

Before you broach the question, check your corporation’s governing documents (declaration). 

We think it’s doubtful your condominium corporation would be keen on a steady stream of customers visiting you, let alone using your parking space. Real estate like live/work condos and commercial strata lots in residential buildings are exceptions. Customer parking is an accepted part of those real estate arrangements, and governing documents typically set out what spaces can be used.

But back to residential strata lots. Even if you have separate, legal title to a parking space, rather than an exclusive use or assigned spot, the building likely has visitor parking. Since that’s where casual visitors are expected to park, it begs the question: is a customer a visitor, or necessary to your business operations? We suspect the answer is necessary. In that case, the condo board could rule your parking space off limits because you bought a residential strata, not commercial real estate space.

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