Real Estate

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Buying and selling property can be challenging and emotional. We can help.

We understand that buying or selling a house can be a challenging and emotional process. Whether buying or selling, you need to be prepared and make sure all the legal aspects are handled properly. RDM’s real estate team will guide you through the process and help you make sense of the legal requirements. What that means is once you’ve found the home of your dreams, it’s up to us to take care of the details on your behalf.

Our lawyers have extensive knowledge of real estate law, including:

  • Buying and selling property
  • Financings and refinances
  • Institutional mortgages
  • Second mortgages
  • Drafting and review of purchase and sale contracts
  • Real estate development
  • Strata properties
  • Recreational properties
  • Construction agreements
  • Real estate litigation including real estate, tenancy, construction and contract disputes

RDM’s real estate team can also assist with matters related to land development, subdivisions, land assembly, rezoning, expropriations and the preparation of easements, restrictive covenants, rights of way and building schemes.

Our lawyers work with accountants and other professionals to help determine if our clients would benefit from setting up corporate structures such as joint ventures, partnerships, bare trusts agreements or cost-sharing agreements. They also have extensive experience negotiating and preparing commercial leases for. Our lawyers advise clients on all related leasing issues, including renewal provisions, termination provisions, insurance requirements, leasehold financing, licensing, and environmental issues, as well as in disputes that arise between landlords and tenants.

We adhere to our core values of integrity, professionalism and confidential client service to ensure that you have the best experience possible.

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