We take the weight off your shoulders by doing the heavy lifting for you. You will be connected with one of our lawyers or staff who will explain the transaction process and fee structure. When it comes time to meet, each document will be explained so you fully understand the process prior to signing. You will have full confidence knowing that the transaction will be easy and effortless.
I’m a mortgage professional and have had the pleasure of working with Corrine and her team at Realty One Legal for the past 5 years. Corrine is accessible to answer questions should they arise during the transaction that allows files to move along quickly. Corrine’s hours are flexible, she offers a mobile service to meet clients at a time and location that is convenient to sign documents. I know my clients are in good hands when working with Corrine and her team.
- Kristi Hyson
It’s important to find a good realtor to work with as realtors handle the negotiations leading up to your offer to purchase as well as the purchase contract details. If you have any questions or concerns about the contract, you can tell your realtor that you’d like to connect with a lawyer right away and include a purchaser condition in the contract for lawyer review.
Yes. In order to close any purchase, sale or refinancing transaction in the Province of Alberta, you need the assistance of a lawyer. The lawyer will search the title and taxes on the property, advise you of any issues with respect to title, prepare all of the documentation required and ensure that the appropriate registrations is made at Land Titles.
Yes, if you have a home or bare land condominium you must provide a Real Property Report to the buyer which shows all structures and improvements on the property and is stamped with compliance by the local municipal authority. If you have made changes to your home which have altered the footprint or have moved or changed other structures on the property, you must obtain a new real property report for the buyer.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for or you’re unsure about the type of law services you need, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We’re here to answer your questions and guide you in the right direction.
You don’t have to but it is highly recommended. A good home inspector can tell you if there are defects in the property that you can’t ordinarily see.
Yes, we can act for anyone buying, selling or refinancing a property in Alberta. Right now, the Government is allowing us to meet with clients remotely to witness the signing of documents. If this changes in the future, we can still send you documents to be signed with a lawyer or notary in your jurisdiction.