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Real Estate Lawyer Brampton

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Real Estate Lawyer Brampton

Are you looking to purchase or sell your home and need a real estate lawyer in Brampton? You’ve come to the right place! Our Brampton legal real estate staff has years of knowledge and experience assisting clients in the purchase, sale, and refinance of their property and can also assist you with the legal process. Our real estate lawyer in Brampton and service staff will work tirelessly to safeguard your interests and successfully complete the transaction, whether you’re buying, selling, or refinancing a property. Contact us today for a consultation!

What is the Lawyer's Role in Real
Estate Transactions?

A real estate lawyer’s role is to protect the interests of their clients in all matters relating to the purchase, sale, or financing of real estate. The lawyer will draft and review all documents related to the real estate transaction, including the purchase agreement, mortgage documents, title insurance policies, and more. Our Lawyer will ensure that everything goes smoothly and that all legal requirements are met on the closing date.

If you have purchased a home or are looking into refinancing your property, the lawyer will review the purchase agreement and other documents to make sure that the client is getting what they expect from the deal. For mortgage transactions, our lawyer will work with the mortgage lender to ensure that all of their requirements are met and that the loan is received to close on time. If there are any problems with the property, such as legal issues regarding zoning or liens, the lawyer will work to resolve them so that the closing can go through as scheduled.

If you are purchasing a home and are a first-time home buyer you may be eligible for the first-time home buyer’s tax credit. The lawyer can help you to apply for this credit and receive the maximum amount that you are entitled to. For example, if there are two purchasers and only one person is a first-time home buyer, they are still eligible for the tax credit. In this scenario, the first-time home buyer will receive a credit based on the percentage of the home that they are purchasing. The lawyer will also help to ensure that the tax credit is applied accordingly.

When you are selling your house, our real estate lawyer will review the sale agreement to make sure that it is fair and in your best interests. Our lawyer will ensure the real estate closing transaction goes smoothly and that all legal requirements are met for the sale.

We’re here to answer any questions you might have about a purchase, sale, financing, or any other matters related to a real estate transaction. Our real estate lawyers can assist you with the many documents and paperwork that must be completed along the way. We know this may be a very tough procedure, so we’ll take the time to go review everything with you so that you are comfortable and confident in your choice.

How much do Real Estate Lawyers charge?

Real estate lawyer fees will vary depending on the type and complexity of the real estate transaction, as well as the lawyer’s experience and location. For a simple residential purchase or sale, you can expect to pay around $500-$2000 + HST for legal fees and service. Disbursements are extra. 

When you’re looking for real estate lawyers, shop around and obtain quotes from several lawyers before making a selection. Make sure to inquire about their costs as well as their legal services that are included in the rate. For example, our experienced real estate lawyer works on a flat rate legal fee basis.

Please have a look at our pricing page for a general idea of our Real Estate Lawyers’ legal fees. During the initial consultation, we will go through the cost of our legal fees in detail so that you can make an informed selection about whether to retain our firm. Our fees are transparent and devoid of any hidden costs.

Our real estate law firm does not require an upfront retainer as our expenses are covered from the proceeds once the real estate transaction has been completed. Contact us now and let our firm be there for you as we have been for all our previous clients!

What are Law Office Disbursements?

Law office disbursements are costs that are incurred on your behalf in order to complete your real estate transaction. In a purchase transaction these costs include, but are not limited to:

The lawyer will provide you with an estimate of these disbursements costs during your initial consultation. Our real estate law firm provides a detailed statement of account with all estimated disbursements.

Our Service Areas


We can help you with the sale of your home, as well as any other legal issues that may arise during the process.


We can help you with the purchase of your home, as well as any other legal issues that may arise during the process.


We can help you with the refinance of your home, as well as any other legal issues that may arise during the process.


We can help you with the assignment of your home, as well as any other legal issues that may arise during the process.

At TheClosing.ca our staff serving you in the Brampton area are fluent in English, Hindi, Punjabi, and Urdu.


Our law firm understands that our clients are busy at work and cannot always take time off to meet and sign documents. We provide appointments that are convenient for you and accept evening and weekend appointments to meet with the real estate lawyer.

TheClosing.ca also offers remote signings if you need them, which is very convenient. To sign the necessary closing papers, a meeting is held using video conferencing technology. All you need is a laptop, tablet, or smartphone with access to the internet. We’ll provide you with a link to the meeting and our Real Estate Lawyer will then assist you in completing the signing process.

Why Hire TheClosing.ca For Residential Real Estate Closings?

Whether you’re purchasing or selling a home, our Real Estate Lawyers can help. We help clients with the following residential real estate transactions:

If you are thinking of buying or selling a property in Brampton or the greater Toronto area, contact TheClosing.ca for a consultation. Our team will be happy to assist you with all your real estate needs!

  • All communications with your lawyer & law clerk via phone and/or email
  • One in-person or virtual signing appointment
  • Review of the Agreement of Purchase & Sale
  • Communication with the realtor’s office for commission payments
  • Preparation of all legal closing documentation
  • Discharge of one mortgage (If Applicable) 
  • All internal disbursements such as photocopies, faxes, couriers etc.
  • A stress-free closing day!

As with every law firm, disbursements are extra.  In real estate transactions, these fees differ and depend on the type of transaction. These can include fees for title search, title insurance, deed registration, certified cheques and so forth.

Nothing is due until the closing day itself.  Disbursements and the lawyer fees are drawn from the closing proceeds (if selling) or from the down-payment cheque (if buying).

Contact us for any questions or a detailed quote. 

What’s included in the fixed one-time fee?


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