Real Estate Lawyer in Calgary NW
Here to solve your RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE problems
About Our Northwest Calgary Real Estate Law Firm
Whether you’re a student purchasing your first condo, scaling up or down to fulfill the changing needs of your family, or downsizing in preparation for retirement, let the team at Navigator Law put your mind at ease.
At Navigator Law, there is no legal problem that can’t be solved. We’re expert problem solvers with 20+ years of experience in creatively and fairly reaching resolutions. Accuracy and responsiveness are paramount to how we operate. We can also leverage the many industry connections we have developed in Calgary and Alberta through our years of practicing real estate law.
WHAT IS RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE LAW?
Residential real estate law refers to legal services related to homeownership, such as buying or selling a home, land title transfers, refinancing a mortgage, and real estate law litigation.
OUR RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE LAW SERVICES
At our law office, we provide advice and support for all your legal needs related to residential real estate law. We can help protect your assets and save you money by providing you sound legal advice.
Real Estate Transactions
Whether you are buying a new home, selling your home, or buying recreational real estate, Navigator Law can guide you through the legal process.
Real estate transactions are typically made via a real estate purchase contract. Industry-wide, realtors in Alberta utilize a standardized contract. If your transaction does not involve a realtor, a lawyer can review the contract that is offered by the purchaser.
Buying a Home
From analyzing paperwork such as the purchase contract, property title, and bank documents to conducting a detailed land title search, there are a number of ways that our real estate lawyers can protect the rights of buyers and ensure that the purchase of a property goes smoothly.
Selling Your Home
Many real estate sales contracts are conditional on a lawyer review before being finalized. It is a good idea for sellers to get a real estate lawyer to review the sales contract, as it is a legally binding contract. Our lawyers can help detect any issues and ensure you fully understand what the contract terms mean for you.
In Alberta, there is no requirement to use a lawyer when refinancing a mortgage. However, mortgage loans involve significant volumes of paperwork that can make the process difficult and stressful. At Navigator Law, our real estate lawyers can provide a thorough review of your new loan to ensure that you are comfortable with the terms and conditions.
Land Title Transfers
If you’re looking for help with the transfer of land ownership through a title transfer, the real estate lawyers at Navigator Law can help. We make the process of transferring land ownership quick and easy and ensure that your land title transfer meets all the legal requirements.
How a Real Estate Lawyer Can Help
Buying or selling a residential property can be an exciting and emotional experience, but the details of making such a major investment can also be stressful and complicated. A professional and experienced real estate lawyer can help give you peace of mind and guide you through every legal step of the process.
A real estate lawyer can ensure your rights and interests are protected and prevent any legal issues when dealing with real estate transactions.
Contact a Calgary Real Estate Lawyer Today
Whatever your specific residential real estate legal needs, Navigator Law can provide specific legal guidance, legal resources, and services in a professional manner. Whether you’re buying a home or need legal advice on leasing commercial properties, our professional real estate lawyers can help. Contact us today or visit our NW Calgary office for a professional, hassle-free experience.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Since a real estate purchase contract is a legally binding contract, it is a good idea to get a real estate lawyer to review the contract before signing. The lawyer will make sure you fully understand the terms of the contract.
Most couples choose to register their title as joint tenants, which means if one spouse dies the other automatically inherits the property.
It is also possible to register the title as tenants in common, which is useful when more than two people own a property. Tenants in common means that each owner separately owns part of the home that can be sold or left to someone else in a will without the consent of the other owner(s).
Dower rights are defined by an Alberta statute called the Dower Act. It prevents the selling or mortgaging of a matrimonial home without the consent of a spouse. In order for a spouse to consent to the sale of a home, he or she must sign a document with consent before a Notary Public or Commissioner of Oaths.
When faced with a foreclosure, it can be difficult to understand your rights, your options, and their implications. Having a real estate lawyer on your side is highly recommended to ensure the best possible outcome. At Navigator Law, our foreclosure lawyers can represent borrowers and help you through the foreclosure process.
Yes, the estate lawyers at Navigator Law have extensive experience in estate planning and can help you through the process of planning your estate.
Whatever your specific legal needs, our law firm can provide specific Calgary legal guidance, legal resources, and services. Contact us today or visit our NW Calgary office for a professional, hassle-free experience.