Real Estate Law Burlington

Real Estate Law/burlington

We are happy to close your Purchase, Sale or Mortgage transaction with fixed total closing costs

  • FREEinitial consultations
  • Fastclosing
  • NOlegal fees until completion



Offers flat fee and fixed closing costs for any real estate transactions. Our lawyers come with over 10 years experience and offer trustworthy and professional service. We understand the stress and worries home owners go through and that is why we will explain each step of the process with us today for your all-inclusive quote and speak to a real estate lawyer.


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One of the most significant moments in person’s life is often the purchase or sale of a property. It can be a challenging and daunting experience without the right advice and guidance.

Our firm offers the following services to make your real estate transaction as smooth as possible:

Refinancing Your Home

  • Receipt and review of mortgage instructions
  • Guidance in selecting the appropriate title insurer
  • Request for discharge of charge (existing mortgage payout)
  • Payment of existing mortgage from new mortgage advance
  • Registration of new mortgage
  • Payment of three debts (unsecured only)
  • Digital Reporting
15% off our legal fees this month

Selling Your Home

  • Review of Agreement of Purchase and Sale
  • Request for discharge of charge (existing mortgage payout)
  • Payment of existing mortgage from sale proceeds
  • Holdback and transfer of sale proceeds to a purchase
  • Preparation of standard form vendor’s documents
  • Review and signing of standard form vendor’s documents with a lawyer
  • Payment of real estate brokerage commissions
  • Digital Reporting
15% off our legal fees this month

Buying Your Home

  • Review of Agreement of Purchase and Sale
  • Review of Status Certificate (if applicable)
  • Review of Parcel Abstract
  • Writ Search
  • Preparation of Request for Funds from your Lender
  • Guidance in selecting the appropriate title insurer
  • Preparation of standard form purchaser’s documents
  • Review and signing of standard form purchaser’s documents with a lawyer
  • Payment of Ontario Land Transfer Tax and Toronto Land Transfer Tax
  • Review of insurance binder
  • Digital Reporting
15% off our legal fees this month


  • An experienced lawyer specializing in real estate law
  •  Legal advice that could save you thousands
  •  No hidden costs or fees–one upfront, fixed cost
  •  Thousands of Satisfied Clients
15% off our legal fees this month






If you’re buying a home, you’ll want to start working with a real estate lawyer as soon as you’re ready to sign the Offer to Purchase. From thereafter, your lawyer’s job is to: conduct a title search, get title insurance in place, register the home in your name, draw up a Statement of Adjustments, and facilitate the financial transactions on closing day. Oh, and then they’ll give you the keys to your new home!
When you decide to sell your home, your real estate lawyer will do another title search on your home to make sure there are no defects. Your lawyer will also draft the deed of the home for the buyer, calculate any closing costs you have to pay and draft a Statement of Adjustments for you. On closing day, they’ll facilitate the financial transaction and hand you a cheque for what’s leftover, after paying off anything you owed on your mortgage, your real estate agent’s fees, legal fees, etc.
Finally, if you’re refinancing, your real estate lawyer will conduct yet another title search, to ensure it’s clear of defects; this protects both you and your lender. After that, your lawyer will register the new mortgage amount and facilitate the rest of the financial transaction. When you refinance, your lawyer drafts up a Trust Ledger Statement instead of a Statement of Adjustments; it’s essentially the same financial document, but your transaction is only with the bank – not another buyer or seller.

For buyers and sellers, you’ll want to call your real estate lawyer as soon as you’re ready to sign an Offer to Purchase. The offer is a legal document, so it’s important to have a lawyer review it, because the consequences of breaking the contract can be expensive. Your lawyer can explain all the legalese in plain terms. You’ll need to see your lawyer again on closing day, to finish the transaction.
If you’re refinancing, you only need to see your real estate lawyer once, to sign all the paperwork that is required for your new mortgage.

Legal fees depend on how complicated the purchase transaction is, as well as the lawyer’s expertise. Most of the time, there will be a base fee that depends on the type of home (detached, condo, etc.) and then you’ll pay for disbursements (faxing, photocopying, etc.) and registration fees. The cost will also depend on whether you’re buying, selling or refinancing. Expect to pay around $1,500 in legal fees and disbursements when all is said and done.

Disbursements are essentially the lawyer’s expenses incurred by working with you, and anything they have to pay ahead of time on your behalf; this can include faxing, photocopying, carrier fees and any searches the lawyer has to complete that comes with a cost attached. Legal fees are what you pay for the lawyer’s time (either a flat fee or per-hour rate).
What is the difference between title registration and title insurance? Title registration is simply the process of changing the title of the home from the seller’s name to yours. Title insurance, on the other hand, is intended to protect you from liability should an undetected title defect be found. For instance, if there is a violation of the municipal zoning bylaws, an existing work order, property taxes in arrears or encroachments on adjoining property, this could affect your title. Both title insurance fees and registration fees are paid for on the closing day.

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