Real Estate Purchase Process
Regardless of whether you buy a house, condominium, or a cottage, for most people buying a property is one of the most significant investments you will make. Our Real Estate Lawyer in Ottawa will ensure your purchase is handled with the care and attention that it deserves. Our convenient location offers free parking and a client-friendly atmosphere with extended opening hours to allow you the freedom to complete the transaction based on your schedule!
A quick guide to the TDJ Law Real Estate Purchase process:
1. Pick up the phone to call us for a free quote or see our affordable flat rate legal fees!
During our call , we will ask you a few basic questions about your transaction and provide you with an all-inclusive quote which includes our flat rate legal fee, all third party fees and taxes.
We also offer a price match guarantee if you provide us with a written quote from another law office.
2. If you have not made an offer of purchase contact us or your realtor to have one drafted.
3. If you have already made an offer, our Ottawa Real Estate Lawyers will review it with you in detail so that you understand your rights, obligations and special conditions.
4. If you have not arranged a mortgage yet, we would be happy to introduce you to our network of mortgage brokers to help you obtain financing at competitive rates.
5. We will handle all the necessary legal work and keep you up to date via email and phone.
6. 3-5 days prior to your closing, we’ll ask you to come into our office to sign your Closing Documents. This closing package will explain the financial details, give us the authority to close your deal, allow us to transfer monies on your behalf and obtain Title Insurance. Don’t worry, we take the time to explain all documents you sign so you fully understand your purchase transaction.
7. We will let you know as soon as your keys are ready for pickup at our convenient office location. Congratulations, you’ve completed your purchase! How easy was that?
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