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Real Estate Lawyer Mississauga

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Real Estate Lawyer Mississauga

Real Estate Lawyer Mississauga

Have you recently signed an agreement of purchase and sale and are looking for a Real Estate Lawyer in Mississauga? Then you have come to the right place! Our staff is here to help you with all of your real estate needs. We work hard for our clients, and our team is made up of experienced personnel who understand that each client is unique. If you are looking for a dedicated and compassionate staff, who will work hard to protect your interests, call and speak to a real estate lawyer today.

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

The process depends on whether you are purchasing or selling a property. When purchasing a property, there are typically several steps involved in the transaction. This typically involves conducting title and property searches, reviewing parcel pages, acting on behalf of the lender, preparing the required paperwork, and title registration.

For sellers, the process is similarly complex and involves preparing legal documents, paying off the current mortgage, corresponding with the purchaser’s lawyer, and coordinating disbursements of funds and title registration. Whether you are purchasing or selling a property, it is essential to have an experienced real estate lawyer on your side who can help navigate the complexities of these residential real estate transactions and ensure that your best interests are protected throughout the real estate closing process.

At our firm, we have experienced staff who can help you with all of your legal needs in the real estate industry. Our team is dedicated to providing personalized and high-quality client service, ensuring that you receive the representation and support you need throughout every step of the process. Whether you are buying or selling a home, refinancing an existing mortgage, or purchasing a residential property, our team has the knowledge and experience to assist you throughout every step of the residential real estate transaction.

What Fees does an experiences real estate lawyer charge?

The legal fees charged by a real estate lawyer will vary depending on a number of factors, including the complexity of the transaction, the size of the property, and the experience level of the lawyer. However, many experienced lawyers typically charge flat rate legal fees plus disbursements and other related costs. On average for a purchase transaction, fees in the range of $1,000 to $2,500 are typical. In a purchase, examples of disbursements include charges such as land transfer tax, title insurance, and title searches. If you are selling real estate, the legal fees can range from $500 to $1,500.

For more detailed information about the legal fees charged by a real estate lawyer, please use our cost calculator. At our firm, we offer affordable rates to help make legal representation more accessible for all clients. There are no hidden charges. If you are looking for an experienced real estate lawyer in Mississauga who can help you with all of your residential real estate matters, contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

We are a Real Estate Law Firm in Mississauga focusing on residential transactions. At our law firm, we offer professional and efficient real estate services. Whether you are buying or selling a home, refinancing an existing mortgage, or purchasing a residential property, our team offers cost-effective solutions for your real estate matters.

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 Mississauga area are fluent in English, Hindi, Punjabi, and Urdu.

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 Mississauga 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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