Real Estate In Thunder Bay District
Buy, Sell Or Transfer Real Estate With Larson Lawyers In Thunder Bay
Property is the biggest investment most Canadians make in their lifetime. Often it is also the most profitable. If you are thinking about buying or selling a home, income property or acreage in Thunder Bay District, contact Larson Lawyers now for assistance. You can call us at 807-285-7777.
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Thunder Bay Real Estate Transactions Made Easy By Larson Lawyers
At Larson Lawyers we understand that Thunder Bay district is huge, and you may not be able to make it to our office in the City of Thunder Bay. That is why we do house calls, hospital visits, virtual consultations and signings. If you are confined to a bed or a camp out in the country, we will make it work. When you choose Larson Lawyers to transfer property in the Thunder Bay District you get peace of mind and no hassles. We can even communicate with your real estate agent, if you have one.
Can I Transfer My Home To A Family Member As A Gift?
Larson Lawyers regularly conducts gift transfers between family members in the Thunder Bay District. To qualify for this type of transfer there are many requirements, such as owning the house without a mortgage. There are also important tax implications to consider when gifting properties that will require professional help from a lawyer to assess. If you are interested in transferring ownership of a property to a family member, please call us at 807-285-7777.
Real Estate In The Larson Lawyers Blog
The federal government has announced that effective immediately they will no longer charge their portion of the HST on new rental units built. Ontario then announced they plan to end the provincial portion of the HST as soon as possible. Why End The HST When Building...
Emojis are common characters sent by text to convey casual messages. Now they are even used when contracting to seal the deal, according to a Canadian court. The court decided that the “thumbs up” emoji sent by a farmer in Saskatchewan was enough to bind him to a...
Local ties run deep at Larson Lawyers. Meet Lydia Leroux, our newest associate lawyer, who practices family law, wills & estates. Lydia was born and raised in Pass Lake. Her family owns an amythist mine and gift shop in Thunder Bay District. She attained her HBA...