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Real Estate Lawyer In Toronto | Top Real Estate Law Firm In Toronto

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Streamed live on Apr 7, 2014

Are you buying a home and need to find a reputable Real Estate Lawyer in Toronto? Call us at (647) 557-6373 today and we'll get you the help you need.
 
For most of us, this is the biggest and most significant purchase or transaction we will ever make. It can definitely cause more than a few sleep deprived nights the very first time we buy a property. You should engage with a Realtor for this type of transaction although it's not a pre-requisite. There are different ways to purchase and sell property, either with or without realty representatives. However, in either case, you should work with a Real Estate Lawyer in Toronto or the city where you live.
 
If you are selling a piece of real estate with the help of a real estate representative, it will be required to enter into a contract wherein you, the seller, agree to give the realty representative a percentage (usually between 3 % and 8 %) of the transaction. The level of commission is typically dependant on whether the property is found on MLS (Multiple Listing Service), or whether it is an exclusive listing with that particular agent.
 
To be binding, any agreement between a buyer and seller should be a written document. An oral arrangement to buy or sell property is for that reason not enforceable, and the Real Estate Lawyer frequently works with customers who are annoyed and unhappy since they thought they had "an understanding" with someone else to purchase or sell a home. "Understandings" are not enforceable. Only legal written documents Just composed are enforceable when it comes to property.
 
Another consideration is the cost of a real estate transaction does not only include the price of the home, but also the legal fees and disbursements (that is, out-of-pocket expenditures that are associated with the transaction). Disbursements can consist of such things as Land Transfer Tax and photocopies of files and, of course, HST is applied to the fees. Your Real Estate Lawyer in Toronto or surrounding area will be able to advise you of these details.
 
If you'd like to talk with our Real Estate Lawyer for Toronto or anywhere in the GTA, call us today at (647) 557-6373!

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