Showing posts with label Law. Show all posts
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How to Avoid 12 Common Mistakes Made by Novice Investors to Ensure High Rates of Return!

Claims of extremely high rates of return run rampant in real estate investment.

Whether buying or selling, Realtor contracts are negotiable

When a prospective buyers starts working with a Realtor they should at first sign a Buyer Representation Agreement (BRA).

Have you had a dispute with your REALTOR® about your real estate contracts

The Supreme Court of Canada recently released a Ground-breaking decision affects all real estate contracts

Could A Toronto Developer Steal and Flee with New Condo Buyers’ Deposits ?

Arrest in Centrium Condominium Fraud investigation,   Police believe there may be more victims

Do you know your closing costs for Ontario and Toronto Land Transfer Tax ?

Qualifying first time buyers receive up to a $2000 credit

Woman loses $100,000 deposit as lawyer doesn’t see fax

Judge decided a woman’s $100,000 deposit on a $1.5 million Toronto home was forfeit because her lawyer didn’t see a fax

Toronto senior one of 90 allegedly targeted by home renovation scheme

After spending more than $300,000 only to have her modest home slowly torn apart around her by Yorkville-based contractor Jack Singer, police found Kennis Health, now 80, curled up in her North York bungalow and took her to hospital, unable to wake her, according to

Home sales slip further, but signs of traction emerge

Canada’s housing market may still be cooling, but there are fears in some quarters that “bubble fatigue” will pump it back up heading into the spring season.

Would you buy a house where someone was murdered?

Murder, suicide, marijuana grow-ops — houses with a haunted history are a hard sell.

Real estate home inspection: Buyer beware

Home defects: Even if problem is hidden, like a stain under the bed, you may fail if you sue. The answer is a careful inspection

Legal pot push for Canada comes closer to reality [Photos] [Video]

Source: Toronto Sun, Dec 4, 2012.

Sidewalk spats are nothing new to this city's faded Downtown Eastside, and they appear as often as buses. Outside East Hastings' Vancouver Medicinal Cannabis Dispensary — one of many medical marijuana shops across

Collateral Damage: Land Transfer Tax Takes Bite Out Of Home Sales according to a report released by C.D. Howe Institute

Toronto’s Land Transfer Tax (LTT) has had a significant impact on home sales and household mobility in the city over the longer term, according to a report released today by the C.D. Howe Institute. In “Stuck in Place: The Effect of Land Transfer Taxes on Housing Transactions,” Benjamin Dachis finds the LTT has depressed

Real Estate Broker helps RCMP undercover sting of marijuana grow operations

A former real estate sales rep in London, Ont. has been charged with conspiracy to produce marijuana after police allege she was locating and helping purchase properties that would be suitable for setting

Changes To The Condo Act? The Condominium Act, 1998: Ontario’s Comprehensive Review

It has been eleven years since Ontario’s Condominium Act, 1998 came into force. In that time, the condominium market has changed dramatically in both size and complexity. The Ontario

Polybutylene Pipe Class Action Lawsuit Defective plastic pipes (polybutylene pipe) used in plumbing and radiant heating

Siskinds is involved in an effort to seek compensation for individuals throughout Canada who have Polybutylene plumbing and/or heating systems. The problems pertain to a type of piping material which could leak and cause major problems in a home's

Islamic finance: paying for piety? UM Financial’s troubles were a rocky start for sharia banking

For Canada’s 1.3 million Muslims, UM Financial arrived on the financial scene with a valuable service: mortgages that, in compliance with sharia principles, don’t charge interest.

Ottawa-area residents warn of deceptive contractor

Customers and trades people in eastern Ontario are warning others about what they say are the unscrupulous practices of a Renfrew, Ont., general contractor. Phil Slobodzian is the owner of a company called PSC New Home Construction Inc. and has taken on jobs throughout the Ottawa Valley, including in the City of Ottawa.

Oshawa Couple Charged with Thefts from Open Houses

According to the Canadian Press, a Toronto-area couple is facing several charges after allegedly pilfering through people’s belongings and stealing jewelry, cash and other items they wanted during Viewing

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