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Tag: Real Estate

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Levy Zavet Lawyers – Are restrictive covenants always totally and completely enforceable?

For most buyers purchasing real estate, it is common practice to check municipal by-laws to determine whether their intended use for a property will be permissible. What they may...

Why Would One Need a Real Estate Lawyer?

For most Canadians, the purchase of a home is the largest single investment that they will ever make. Not only is the purchase of a home a large...

What happens when Home Trust now needs to borrow money to advance you a mortgage loan?

What do you do when your mortgage lender now has to pay a higher interest rate to their own lender on the money they loaned to...

The Ontario Real Estate market meets its April 2017 Budget; are we in crisis?

April 2017 will possibly go down as the turning point in Ontario/Canada's economy. Although the brunt of the straws that broke the camel’s back were dropped...

Ontario’s new real estate cooling off plan and the 15% foreign buyer tax!

Ontario's new real estate cooling off plan has the following changes: 1) 15% Non-Resident Speculation Tax on residential single family dwellings purchased by non-citizens or non-permanent residents...

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MICs: The Technical Aspects of a Mortgage Investment Corporation

TYPE OF ENTITY FOR A MORTGAGE INVESTMENT CORPORATIONA Canadian Corporation throughout the taxation year where its business only undertakes to invest its funds, and thereafter qualifies...

What Is A Heritage Building in Toronto, Ontario?

The City of Toronto has been experiencing a shift of rapid development, and the scarcity of property resources accessible for further growth have led developers to...

My Two Cents on the Canadian Real Estate Market and Housing Prices in 4 Minutes

Every other day I get asked “what’s the deal with the Canadian Real Estate market and housing prices is there a cap? Will there be a...

REAL ESTATE LAW: Condominium Basics

WHAT IS A CONDOMINIUM? The term “condominium” refers to a specific, legal form of owning real estate; not to the physical style of the building, or the...