Some real estate lawyers tell their clients that a lawyer’s role is to do all the behind-the-scenes work so that all the client has to do is show up and sign.
At JP Lin Law Professional Corporation, we believe that it’s better for clients to be fully informed about their real estate transactions. Whether this is your first home, a trade-up or a downsizing, a new home, a condominium or a commercial property, you deserve to know what you’re getting into. Even real estate investors appreciate the extra time we take to explain the details of their transactions and help protect them from liability.
Our commitment to you
Make sure you understand your real estate contract
Provide help and guidance drafting agreements that protect your interests
Protect you from unpleasant surprises with your new property
Protect you from unexpected costs and extra fees
Review your title, mortgage and tax documents
Help you with surveys and land title
Ensure that all of your documents are properly registered
Answer all of your questions
Jennie can provide guidance for clients taking out a mortgage or just transferring one. Along with your real estate agent or financial adviser, we can help you decide the best mortgage for you and help you understand the legal liabilities you are signing up for.
FIRST TIME BUYERS
Buying your first home or condominium can be an exciting, positive experience, but it can also be confusing and even overwhelming. It’s easy to feel pressured to sign without truly understanding the responsibilities and risks you may be taking on.
SURVEYS AND TITLE INSURANCE
Title insurance and a current land survey are two of the best ways to protect yourself from liability. Some clients believe that you don’t need a survey if you have title insurance, at JP Lin Law Professional Corporation, we believe that both can offer vital protection.
Buying a brand new home is exciting and can have many advantages, including the ability to get a house that’s perfect for you. However, it can also come with its own practical and legal challenges.
Buying a Condo is the same as buying any other type of property. However, some aspects are unique to Condos, and that can be confusing to those involved in a new construction Condo purchase
COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE
If your commercial transactions include buying or selling commercial real estate, we can help you understand your rights and responsibilities under Ontario real estate law.