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Real Estate

Whether you are buying, selling, receiving a mortgage on a house, condo or cottage Kutner Law LLP can assist in an efficient and cost effective manner. We will work with you to ensure you understand and are getting what you want before signing an agreement of purchase and sale, a lease agreement or a mortgage commitment. Many consider purchasing a home the most important purchase they will make in their life and Kutner Law ensures that our clients don’t get caught by many of the pitfalls associated with purchasing and selling residential real estate. Our lawyers and clerks have years of experience dealing with residential real estate and would be happy to discuss your needs. We will review and consult with you on your purchase and sale agreement without cost.

Kutner Law LLP is experienced in providing developers with legal assistance pertaining to the purchase, sale, building and financing of commercial properties, including industrial, development lands, condominium properties, residential subdivisions, apartment buildings, office buildings and investment properties. In addition, our lawyers have the knowledge and experience to assist with leasing, mortgaging and power of sales associated with commercial real estate.

Recent Posts

26 August

UPDATE: Incorporation For Realtors In Ontario

At Kutner Law LLP we have been tracking progress relating to the ability of real estate agents to form a personal real estate corporation (“PREC”) in Ontario. As explained in our previous blog post, Bill 145 (Trust In Real Estate Services Act, 2020) has been made into law, and it

10 January

Incorporation for Realtors in Ontario: Impending Changes for 2020

As many of our clients already know, regulated professionals, such as doctors, dentists, lawyers and accountants (and other professionals) have been allowed to incorporate and operate their practices through professional corporations for the last fifteen years, allowing them the benefit of taking control of their annual income through incorporation and most importantly reducing