Real Estate Lawyers in Saskatoon and across Saskatchewan
Buying a new piece of real estate is often an exciting time, but the legal side of the transaction can be complicated. Our real estate lawyers in Saskatoon and across Saskatchewan will take you through the entire buying or selling process smoothly and efficiently, while providing personalized care and ensuring your interests are protected every step of the way.
When you engage in any type of real estate transaction, you need a trusted real estate lawyer to guide you through the process. W Law represents individuals, builders, developers and landlords in all aspects of real estate law – including purchases, sales, subdivisions, leasing, and financing.
We prepare and register all legal documents, ensuring that they are complete and error-free. We will make sure you understand the financial information, including the property tax obligations. We can also supply recommendations for helpful 3rd parties such as realtors, mortgage professionals, appraisers and home inspectors.
We have done this thousands of times. With the experienced real estate lawyers of W Law, you can rest assured that your transaction is in good hands.
There are legal fees and disbursements. Disbursements are expenses charged by third parties that the lawyer incurs while working on your transaction, including fees for any searches and registrations. Legal fees are what you pay for the lawyer’s time and expertise.
A real estate lawyer from W Law will provide you with an estimate of fees and disbursements for your specific transaction upon request. Please reach out if you have further questions.
- Experience in real estate law
- Experience with the type of property in question
- Someone who makes you feel comfortable and secure about this large and important transaction
For both buyers and sellers, it is important to contact a lawyer when you feel ready to sign an Offer to Purchase. Our real estate lawyers in Saskatoon and across Saskatchewan can review the offer and should do so if you are not represented by a realtor because it is a legal document. Prior to your possession date, your lawyer will meet with you to sign documents and assist you in closing the transaction.