Real Estate Lawyers in Windsor, Ontario

Buying or selling a new home in Windsor? Call Axess Law Windsor for affordable flat fee legal services, any day of the week.

Real Estate Lawyer in Windsor

Real estate deadlines creeping up on you? Go virtual with Axess Law Windsor. We make video conference calls wherever you are in Windsor. Real estate closings just got way more convenient with Axess Law Windsor virtual real estate lawyers. Call us for appointment times that work for you. We’re flexible and our flat fee legal services cut costs when you need it.

Buying a Real Estate Property in Windsor

Making appointment after appointment with a real estate lawyer takes you away from other important business, family and friends. Axess Law Windsor makes home buying easier. Go online to review agreements of purchase and sale that protect your buyer’s right to cancel. E-sign mortgage discharge documents or refinance your home to buy investment property. Axess Law Windsor does it all. Ask us about times that suit your schedule.

Selling a Real Estate Property in Windsor

Seller’s market? Don’t miss out because finding a lawyer’s a hassle. Axess Law Windsor virtual real estate lawyers go online to help you sell or buy a new home too. We review your agreement of purchase and sale for obvious gaps and arrange for you to e-sign legal documents you need to complete a sales transaction. Axess Law Windsor makes selling your home uncomplicated.

Refinancing a Real Estate Property in Windsor

Refinancing goes quicker when you use Axess Law Windsor. Email your refinancing offer to our virtual real estate lawyers for a quick review of the terms and conditions. We tell you about prepayment penalties that could eat into your savings.
When you’re satisfied the deal is right, Axess Law Windsor gets the signed documents back to your lender on time.

About Windsor

Windsor, just a car ride across the river from neighbouring Detroit, is one busy border city. Hot, humid summers make the City of Roses a perfect place for sun worshippers. The 3,000-kilometre Great Lakes Waterfront Trail winds along the riverfront, passing through the massive outdoor sculptures of the Odette Sculpture Park. A late fall visit finds the 11,000-acre Tallgrass Prairie Heritage Park at its finest. Thursdays are Cruise Night at the Canadian Transportation Museum and Historic Village, for classic car lovers who want to go for a spin in the Automotive Capital of Canada.

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E-sign Legal Documents by Video

Axess Law video conference with you anywhere in Ontario. Call to talk to real estate lawyers 7 days a week, day or evening, at your convenience. Our online video calls and remote e-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. Debit, cash, VISA or Mastercard accepted.

Some FAQs

Having steady income is important to mortgage lenders, but it’s not the sole criteria for getting a mortgage. Some lenders are more flexible than others. What kind of property you are buying, such as whether it has rental income, compared to your other debts and how you manage your money are influential. How long you’ve been with a company can be a factor. Is this an annual contract or your first? Finding a co-signer or guarantor can be helpful when your income fluctuates.
What do you consider a bad score? High ratio mortgage insurers like CMHC (Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation), Sagen™ and Canada Guaranty require a credit score of 600 to 680. The mortgage insurance premium, which you can pay upfront or add to the mortgage, protects the lender if you default. Lower than that and you may still qualify for a mortgage from a trust company (scores of 550 to 600), or private lender (under 500).
Axess Law Sudbury can negotiate with the seller’s lender to amend the agreement of purchase and sale to extend the closing date. If the seller agrees, that gives you more time to work with a mortgage broker or, if a low credit score is the problem, private lender or trust company to try to get financing. Non-immediate relatives can contribute non-repayable gifts to down payments, and some lenders allow you to borrow a down payment if that’s the hold-up.
Your agreement of purchase and sale includes a vacant possession clause. That includes a rental suite a tenant is vacating because your or an immediate family member will be occupying it. You could get the tenant’s phone number, and encourage them to collect it (set a deadline after which it will be tossed). Failing that, remove it, or pay a junk collector and hand the bill to the seller. If they refuse to pay, short of going to Small Claims Court to get a judgment and waiting to collect, you may have to foot the bill yourself.
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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