Real Estate Transactions

Real Estate Lawyer in Toronto and Richmond Hill

Buying and selling property can be far more complicated than it seems. In fact, the act of purchasing or selling a home is often one of the most significant financial transactions one encounters during their lifetime. Accordingly, and especially since such transactions involve binding contracts, they should be reviewed by a qualified real estate lawyer to ensure your rights and interests are protected.

The real estate lawyers and staff at Seif Law Firm have extensive experience and can provide insight, advice, and guidance to ensure your real estate transactions close smoothly.

Security & Peace of Mind

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Security and peace of mind are key when hiring a real estate lawyer. At Seif Law Firm, we understand that the process of buying and selling homes, as well as moving all of your belongings from one property to another, involve very busy and stressful times for most people. Thus, we continually strive to alleviate the stress involved by always pursuing successful closings of your real transactions without any complications. We make every effort to give you peace of mind until your deal is done, and you have either the keys or a cheque in your hand on closing.

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Seif Law Real Estate Transaction Services

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In addition to buying and selling new homes, re-sale residential properties, and condominiums, we also offer the following services:

  • Buying and Selling a Home
  • Buying or Selling of Commercial Property
  • Buying Pre-Construction
  • Builder Contract Review
  • Status Certificate Review
  • Mortgage Refinancing
  • Buying or Selling of the Assets of a Business
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  • Transfers of Title to Your Spouse or Loved Ones
  • Completing Private Mortgage Transactions
  • Reviewing and Revising Residential Leases
  • Reviewing and Revising Commercial Leases
  • Placing Title Insurance on Residential/Commercial Property
  • Providing Independent Legal Advice (ILA) on Bank/Mortgage Documents, Separation Agreements, and Other Legal Documents
  • Registering Survivorship Applications, Court Orders, Applications (General), and Other Instruments on Title

Personal Real Estate Lawyer Service

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As personal service to you is our top priority, we have staff who can communicate with you in different languages if necessary, and we can also offer extended working hours if you are unable to take time off work during the day to come meet with us.

For an additional fee, we can also arrange to have a lawyer to drive to meet you anywhere in the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) after business hours or on weekends (by appointment only) to sign documents for your purchase, sale, or refinance transactions.

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Seif Law Real Estate Lawyers

Seif Law offers quality and professional real estate law services & our clients approach us from all over the GTA including: Toronto, North York, Thornhill, Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Markham, Woodbridge, King City, Aurora, Newmarket & more. We will help you achieve your goals in a cost effective way. If you are interested in retaining our legal services, please contact us today for a free, no-obligation quote for your real estate transactions.

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What does a real estate lawyer do for a buyer?

A real estate lawyer prepares and reviews the documents related to the real estate purchase, making sure all the terms and conditions are in their client’s best interest.

How can you find a good real estate lawyer in Richmond Hill?

A good real estate lawyer is one specialized in real estate transactions and they also have expertise with the type of property you want to buy or sell. And obviously, the longer a real estate lawyer has been in practice, the more value they can offer you.

Who pays the closing costs when buying real estate?

The purchaser always pays the closing costs regardless of the type of property at hand. So, whether it’s a residential property or a commercial one, the purchaser is always responsible for real estate closing costs

Can I buy a house in Canada as a non-resident?

Canadian non-residents can purchase a property in Canada without any restrictions. There is, however, an additional 15% non-resident speculation tax that you must pay if you are not a citizen or permanent resident of Canada.