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Conveyancing lawyer Jamie Taleb Notary Public

Conveyancing and Real Estate Transactions

What is Conveyancing?

The process of transferring an interest in land from one person to another by way of a transfer document. Conveyancing usually refers to the transfer of title to land but also includes dealings such as assignments, leases, and mortgages.

I can help you with:

  • Residential and Commercial Real Estate Transfers
  • Mortgage Refinancing Documentation
  • Business Purchase/Sale
  • Commercial Leases & Assignment of Leases
  • Contracts and Agreements
  • Easements and Rights of Way
  • Manufactured Home Transfers
  • Personal Property Security Agreements
  • Purchaser’s Side of Foreclosures
  • Restrictive Covenants and Builder’s Liens
  • Subdivisions and Statutory Building Schemes
Mortgage Refinancing

Mortgage Refinancing

Notaries have extensive experience helping BC homeowners with all real-estate related transactions, including Mortgage Refinancing. We understand and protect your needs to ensure smooth home Mortgage Refinancing.

What is Mortgage Refinancing?

Many BC homeowners have significant equity in their homes; either because they’ve paid down an existing mortgage, enjoyed a significant increase in the value of their home as house prices have risen- or both.

Mortgage Refinancing involves borrowing money- usually in the form of a line of credit- against the current value of your home. Using your home as security, you can arrange to have funds available to help you pay for your children’s education, purchase a second property for an investment or recreation, take that long-delayed dream vacation or simply ease your retirement.

Mortgage Refinancing allows you to use your home to get more out of life.

If you’re considering Mortgage Refinancing and want to learn more, talk to your Notary. We can help you understand and navigate the complete refinancing process.

If you already have a lender-usually a bank or mortgage broker-they will ask you to complete a credit application, often online but sometimes in hard copy. Many lenders can approve your credit application within hours or days.  If you aren’t sure which lender to call, we can refer you to lenders who we work with regularly.

Once your credit application is approved, it’s time to visit your local Notary. We will provide legal advice, complete the necessary documents and return them to your lender to help them make your funds available as quickly and conveniently as possible.

What kind of documents are provided for conveyancing?

The process behind a typical conveyance includes a review of liens and other encumbrances. It ensures all conditions have been met, settling all taxes and charges with the appropriate party prior to transfer, confirming financing, and preparing all the documents for final settlement. The documents provided for conveyancing typically include such as the contract of purchase and sale, any addendum, subject removal, mortgage documents, property disclosure statement, strata information, the title and binder insurance, and any other related information to the purchase and sale.

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