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  • Thinking of buying a home? : First step – determine your budget.March 19, 2018

    Buying a new home can be a very exciting prospect, however, there are also a lot of practical realities that go along with buying and owning a home. The first thing you should do before looking at any homes is determine your budget.This means sitting down with a mortgage professional before you star … Read more »

  • What is Title Insurance, and why do you care?March 12, 2018

    What is Title Insurance?First things first: the word “title” refers to your legal right to own, use, mortgage and sell real property. Title Insurance is there to protect your legal interest, and often that of your lender, in your property.Your Lender’s Policy v Your own Personal PolicyMany mortgage … Read more »

  • Your real estate lawyer: what do we do?March 5, 2018

    The average person knows that they have to have a lawyer to complete their real estate transactions – the real question is why? Here are some of the things your lawyer is doing for you:Agreement of Purchase and Sale: Your lawyer will review the agreement of purchase and sale, and explain the process … Read more »

  • Did you know – Maintenance Enforcement Program helps collect child support paymentsFebruary 19, 2018

    One of the most frustrating experiences in family law is when a parent does not pay child support they owe their children. We have all heard of deadbeat parents who try to find a way out of paying, or who simply refuse to pay. To deal with this issue and help ensure parents are paying court ordered … Read more »

  • What happens when your real estate deal falls through?February 7, 2018

    Failing to close on a purchase or sale obviously isn’t anyone’s Plan A, but it does happen. What does Plan B look like?Some of the reasons that a deal might fall through on closing day include, financing issues, a buyer purchasing a home on the condition that their previous home sold, major issue ar … Read more »