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Real Estate

Yes, we offer highly competitive flat rate fees for real estate lawyer legal services to buy or sell a home, house, condo or property

Buying real estate

  • Legal Fee $495.00
  • If mortgage added $450.00
  • For subsequent mortgages add $250.00

Selling real estate

  • Legal Fee $495.00
  • For condominiums add $100.00
  • If seller does not have a current Real Property Report / Compliance add $100.00

Mortgage Refinancing

  • Legal Fee (includes payout of existing mortgage on title $495.00
  • Any further payouts add $25.00 for each payout

When additional solicitor fees apply

  • Within three (3) weeks or less of the closing date add $100.00
  • Within two (2) weeks or less of the closing date add $200.00
  • Within one (1) week of the closing date add $250.00

Title Insurance

  • If Title Insurance is required by the lender to facilitate closing the transaction on time an additional fee applies ($150.00 - $300.00).
  • On request we can obtain title insurance on the client’s behalf.

Quick facts about Real Estate Law and Home Sales

Sellers pay the real estate agents – Real estate commissions are paid by the sellers.

The importance of Clear Title - One of the most important functions completed by your Edmonton Real Estate Lawyer is a Title Search, completed to ensure you are getting a title clear of encumbrances or other issues.

No Land Transfer Tax - Alberta is one of the few provinces in Canada (the other is Sask.) that does not have a Land Transfer Tax.

Title insurance explained – In Alberta, Title Insurance is an insurance policy, typically sold for $200-$250 to the Purchaser and the mortgage lender. The policy provides protection against any losses related to the title, such as a lean on the property or a survey fault.

Real Property Report updates – You need to update your Real Property Report if it does not include all of the existing improvements to your property.

When is probate not necessary?
Probate is not required to transfer property that is held in joint names or assets that have a named beneficiary, such as RRSPs, RRIFs, pensions and life insurance policies.

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