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Secondary Suites

SECONDARY SUITES CAN MAKE A GREAT INVESTMENT, AND CAN INCREASE THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY ON RE-SALE. While the content of this post should be considered reliable and informative, this should not be c...

First Time Home Buyers Seminar

BUYING YOUR FIRST HOME An Information Session for First Time Home Buyers Buying your first home is with out a doubt one of the most important and daunting decisions you can make, and you may...

Residential Real Estate Legal Fees

WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE LEGAL FEES FOR YOUR RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION. While the content of this post should be considered reliable and informative, this should not be considered legal advice...

What is a Real Property Report?

REAL PROPERTY REPORTS (RPR'S) IN RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE While the content of this post should be considered reliable and informative, this should not be considered legal advice and we recommend that...

Title Transfer in Alberta

what to expect when land title can not be transferred prior to the closing date While the content of this post should be considered reliable and informative, this should not be considered legal advic...

Factors to Consider When Purchasing a New-Build

EXPLORING ADDITIONAL FINANCIAL AND LEGAL FACTORS THAT SHOULD BE CONSIDERED WHEN PURCHASING A NEW-BUILD HOME OR CONDO. While the content of this post should be considered reliable and informative, thi...

Residential Sellers Without Identification

This article explains the impact of a sale by a seller who cannot provide the relevant identification. While the content of this post should be considered reliable and informative, this should not be...

Non-Resident Sellers & The Tax Implications

This article reviews the basic process for transactions involving a sale by a Vendor who is a Non-Resident. While the content of this post should be considered reliable and informative, this should n...

Dower Consent & Acknowledgment – Residential Sellers

This article reviews the forms required when Dower rights apply. This is applicable only if you are legally married. The common law rules no longer apply in Alberta, but have been replaced by the Dowe...