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Real Estate Lawyer
Talk to our real estate lawyer today to help your real estate transaction go smoothly. We offer “flat fee” payment options–no retainers required. Thus, ensuring that we are the right fit for your budget needs.
Our experienced real estate lawyer has been serving HRM and surrounding communities since 1996.
Our Halifax real estate lawyer provides services in all matters related to property, transactions, and potential disputes. We will assist you in your purchase or sale and ensure that we review all paperwork in advance and advise you on any potential issues or concerns within the documentation.
We will ensure that proper procedures are followed during the transaction of the property and we will cover the following:
- Deeds are prepared
- Mortgages are prepared
- Good title to property is established
- Tax arrears are addressed
- Judgements and other burdens on title are removed
We are your go-to real estate lawyer in Halifax, Dartmouth, and Bedford. Our real estate attorneys are ready to help with all your real estate transactions.
Real Estate Lawyer Halifax
Our Real Estate Team
Brookshire Law Office’s Alan Freckelton was rated “3 Best Rated” Real Estate Lawyer in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Our real estate team is here to help you with all your property transaction needs. Whether you are buying, selling, or simply transferring the property within your family, we are here to help.
Real Estate Flat Fees
Control your legal costs with our flat fee real estate services:
*Plus expenses. Special instructions, if any, at a $500 + HST Hourly fee
*Please note that it is Brookshire Law Office’s policy, that should you not be required by a lender to obtain a title insurance policy when purchasing a property, that purchasing title insurance is a requirement to complete the transaction with us. These policy’s cost around $175 – $225 and protect you from a multitude of title defect possibilities.
How to Choose
A Real Estate lawyer
The cost of a real estate lawyer is considered reasonable. It varies depending on if you’re buying or selling and the complexity of the transaction.
When it comes to real estate, the documents are complex and the financial risks are large. A real estate lawyer looks out for your best interests by ensuring you are protected from adverse conditions that can happen with properties. Letting you sleep peacefully knowing your lawyer is looking out for you.
No. You need to have a Real Estate Lawyer to register the deed that is received from the seller, at a minimum.
It is difficult to choose a real estate law firm or real estate lawyer. We recommend looking at Google reviews on the law firms that you find and reading up on the bios of each lawyer. A law firm that has overall positive reviews, and is actively working to help their customers is what you should look for.
You will need a real estate lawyer to review the conditions and facilitate purchasing or selling a house. Your mortgage is between you and your bank or mortgage broker. However, our lawyers would be happy to review any mortgage contracts if you are concerned.
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