Real Estate Lawyers in Windsor Ontario

Though hiring a real estate lawyer is not always necessary, there are many instances in which their advice and guidance can help to protect you during a real estate purchase or sale. The added expertise of a real estate lawyer in Windsor, along with the help of your realtor will ensure the transaction goes smoothly and that your best interests are protected. 


A real estate attorney takes over after the selling price and terms of the sale have been established by the realtors and all parties have signed. Their job is to negotiate to make the transaction come together in a peaceful manner that is fair to both sides. At Maggio Walk-In Law Firm, we can provide real estate services, including:

  • Reviewing executed agreement of purchase and sale
  • Preparing transfer
  • Answering requisitions on title
  • Preparing and advising on statement of adjustments
  • Advising on the applicability of HST legislation
  • Attending the execution of documentation
  • Attending the closing and completing the sale


Why Hire a Real Estate Lawyer

Sometimes, it enough to simply let your realtor handle the purchase or sale of your home, as realtors are taught and tested on real estate contracts during their licensing education. However, a lawyer will give you added protection and ensure the transaction is completed smoothly. It is best to consider hiring a real estate lawyer if any of the following situations apply to you:


Buyers

  • You are an out of town buyer
  • You are buying a property that is bank owned
  • You are buying a property that is part of an estate sale
  • You are buying a commercial property
  • You are buying a property that may potentially have structural issues
  • You are buying a property in a problematic area, such as a flood zone


Seller

  • You are selling a property that is in some state of distress
  • You are the heir or executor of a property whose owner is now deceased
  • You are selling a house with a non-cooperative partner
  • You have a feeling that something could possibly go wrong based on knowledge you have of the property
  • You have judgments or liens in your background


If you would like to learn more about our real estate services, be sure to get in touch with us. Our walk-in office does not require appointment times, so feel free to stop by any time during office hours.

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