Edmonton Real Estate Lawyer Legal Fees Cost

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“How much are legal fees to buy and sell a house in Alberta?” This is the number one search, the question everyone wants answered. So, here are some answers based on my law firm (RMLO Law LLP), and some comments about how much it costs for real estate lawyer’s fees in Edmonton.

First of all, there are no, “standard” legal fees. Continue reading

Real Estate: What Happens at Closing?

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“Closing” is the final step of a real estate transaction. In Alberta, closing means that the Land Title has been transferred from the seller to the buyer. There is a lot of paperwork involved, which is one reason why having a real estate lawyer is a good idea. In fact, you are legally required to have a lawyer process mortgage documents because an individual is not allowed to do this for themselves.

Focus on Real Estate with Barry C. McGuire is a series of short videos that answers frequently asked questions about real estate in Alberta.

Use the contact form below to send a message to Barry McGuire, Alberta real estate lawyer.

Videos co-produced by the Real Estate Investment Network (REIN) as a Google Partner.

What Information is on a Land Title or Deed?

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In Alberta, real estate is registered with the Land Titles Office, whose documents are public information. That means that if you pay a bit of money, you can call up the title (also known as the “deed”) for a piece of property that you may be interested in buying. The document contains valuable information. You can use it to find facts about the property, the owner, and any things that might be registered against that title, like a mortgage. In this video, Barry gives you a brief introduction to the information found on an Alberta land title.

Focus on Real Estate with Barry C. McGuire is a series of short videos that provides helpful information about Alberta real estate.

Use the contact form below to send a message to Barry McGuire, Alberta real estate lawyer.

Videos co-produced by the Real Estate Investment Network (REIN) as a Google Partner.

What is an Encroachment?

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In this video, you’ll find out what an encroachment is, and what types of encroachments there are. If you need an Edmonton real estate lawyer, get in touch through RMLO Law LLP.

Straight to the point, there’s no filler in the Focus on Real Estate with Barry C. McGuire series of videos.

Hire an experienced real estate lawyer in Edmonton, Alberta. Use the contact form below!

Videos co-produced by the Real Estate Investment Network (REIN) as a Google Partner.

Why Do I Need a Lawyer in a Real Estate Transaction?

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In this video, Barry explains what a lawyer does for you when you buy or sell real estate. Below are two of the highlights. If you need an Edmonton real estate lawyer, get in touch with Barry at RMLO Law LLP.

  1. A buyer’s attorney prepares the mortgage documents that lenders won’t let borrowers prepare themselves.
  2. A seller’s lawyer manages the money in a transaction to make sure that all outstanding debts or taxes are paid, which mean the seller receives their cash with no strings attached.

This is the next instalment of Focus on Real Estate with Barry C. McGuire, a series of videos that provides bite-sized pieces of real estate knowledge.

If you’re buying or selling real estate in Alberta, contact Barry now!

Videos co-produced by the Real Estate Investment Network (REIN) as a Google Partner.