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Coordinates:43°34′49″N 79°36′57″W /
43.58028°N 79.61583°W

Country:Canada

Province:Ontario

Regional municipality:Peel

City:Mississauga

Settled:1819

Population:53,663

Time zone:Eastern (UTC-5)

Forward sortation area:L5A and L5B

Area code(s):905 and 289

NTS Map:030M12

GNBC Code:FASWC

Real Estate Lawyers.ca LLP - Your Scarborough Real Estate Lawyer - 

Our Scarborough Real Estate Lawyers can close your real estate transaction. Whether you are buying a home, selling a home or need to refinance your mortgage Real Estate Lawyers.ca LLP can handle all your real estate needs.  Contact us today!

Our Scarborough Telephone# (647) 795-8163 & Fax#(647) 795-8164

Our Scarborough Office Address is: 100 Consilium Place, Suite 200, M1H 3E3

NOTE: These Offices are by Appoinment Only. Monday-Friday (9:00am - 5:00pm sharp)

 

   

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  • We are a highly specialized Ontario Real Estate Law Firm and have closed over Eight Billion Dollars ($8,000,000,000) of Real Estate & Mortgage transactions. 

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Scarborough is a district within the eastern part of city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It comprises the area and neighbourhoods of the former city of Scarborough, a municipality which was amalgamated into the city of Toronto in 1998. Scarborough is bordered on the south by Lake Ontario, on the west by Victoria Park Avenue, on the north by Steeles Avenue East, and on the east by the Rouge River and the City of Pickering. In 1954 it became part of Metropolitan Toronto as one of five boroughs and later became a city in 1983. Over 200 years, it grew from a collection of small rural villages to become a large city with a diverse cultural community. It was named after the English town of Scarborough, North Yorkshire in 1796 by Elizabeth Simcoe, who was inspired by the Scarborough Bluffs which reminded her of white cliffs near her home.

Scarborough has characteristics of a suburb of Old Toronto, but retains much of its own character and flavour. Certain neighbourhoods in Scarborough are popular destinations for new immigrants to Canada. As a result, Scarborough is one of the most diverse and multicultural areas of the Greater Toronto Area, being home to various religious groups and places of worship. It includes some of Toronto's popular natural landmarks, such as the Scarborough Bluffs and Rouge Park. Scarborough has been declared to be greener than any other part of Toronto.

Scarborough's borders are Victoria Park Avenue to the west, the Rouge River, the Little Rouge Creek and the Scarborough-Pickering Townline to the east, Steeles Avenue to the north, and Lake Ontario to the south.

Topographically, Scarborough is dominated by two watersheds, Highland Creek and the Rouge River. Highland Creek lies almost entirely within Scarborough and occupies approximately 70% of its total area. It occupies the western half of Scarborough while the Rouge River flows through the eastern portion. Both of these rivers flow into Lake Ontario on Scarborough's shore.Due to the location of the Lakeshore CN railway right-of-way, both river deltas are constricted to narrow channels where they flow into the lake.

Highland Creek is the most urbanized watershed in the Toronto area without about 85% of its land use devoted to urban uses. Some sections of the river run through parks and remain in a fairly natural state, while other parts run through industrial or residential districts where the flow is often diverted or channelled. Sections of the creek are marked by deep ravines and valleys, which contain little or no urban development. The deep valley the creek cuts in its bottom sections remains primarily parkland, with little or no development taking place within the valley.

Scarborough is home to an earthen cliff formation known as the Scarborough Bluffs. The Bluffs can be found along the shore of Lake Ontario, stretching about 14 kilometres (8.7 mi), and reaching heights of more than 60 metres (200 ft) in places. They are part of a much larger formation known as the Iroquois Shoreline, most of which is located somewhat further inland. The Iroquois Shoreline marks the extent of a prehistoric lake, Glacial Lake Iroquois, whose level was quite a bit higher than present-day Lake Ontario's. It shrank in size at the close of the last ice age.

Erosion has been a problem along the Scarborough Bluffs. Properties located near the brink have been abandoned, and houses condemned, as the brink wears back away from the lake. Since the 1980s, large areas of beach at the base of the Bluffs have been reinforced with limestone breakwaters and construction rubble infilling.

Scarborough is also notable for the Rouge River Valley, parts of which are still in a natural, wooded state. The valley is home to a great variety of wildlife including deer, foxes, and the occasional coyote.

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  • What is included in our Flat Rate Legal Fee:
    • One FREE mobile signing service appointment anywhere in Southern Ontario. We come to you at the time and location of your choice to sign your closing documents.
    • Review of Agreement of Purchase & Sale
    • Review of Amendments and Waivers
    • Unlimited access to your lawyer & law clerk via phone and email
    • Preparation of legal documentation for closing.
    • Discharging first mortgage on title
    • Paying balance of real estate commission
    • Responding to title search and review of documents
    • All internal disbursements such as paper, faxes, courier charges etc.
    • Direct depositing one certified cheque drawn on a lawyer’s trust account into your bank account.
    • For sale prices under $1,000,000
    What is NOT included in our Flat Rate Legal Fee:
    • Our flat rate legal fee applies to a residential single family dwelling on city services, being vacant on closing with one first mortgage on a standard transaction with no unforeseen circumstances. An additional fee of $50 plus HST will apply to any payments to be made beyond payout out of the first mortgage. Our disbursements (if applicable) comply with LSUC Rule 4.2-2.1: HST, govt. document registration fees, fees charged by govt., Teranet fees, costs of condo status certificate, lawyers creditor's letters and title insurance. The fee is valid if our firm is hired and receives the Agreement of Purchase and Sale at least 5 business days prior to closing. If any unforeseen issues arise you will be notified immediately. Note that additional charges apply to investment properties, commercial properties, occupancy closings, lines of credit or additional mortgages/lines of credit, bridegloans or any other matter beyond the scope of a standard real estate transaction.
    What's Included?
  • What is included in our Flat Rate Legal Fee:
    • One FREE mobile signing service appointment anywhere in Southern Ontario. We come to you at the time and location of your choice to sign your closing documents.
    • Review of Agreement of Purchase & Sale
    • Review of Amendments and Waivers
    • Review of Status Certificate, if applicable
    • Unlimited access to your lawyer & law clerk via phone and email
    • Review of insurance binder
    • Preparation of legal documentation for closing.
    • Review of lender/bank first mortgage instructions
    • Preparation of first mortgage legal documentation.
    • Arranging Title Insurance
    • Review of Title Search documents
    • Review of Writ search and documents
    • All internal disbursements such as paper, faxes, long distant charges, couriers etc.
    • For purchase prices under $1,000,000
    What is NOT included in our Flat Rate Legal Fee:
    • Our flat rate legal fee applies to a residential single family dwelling on city services, being vacant on closing with one first mortgage on a standard transaction with no unforeseen circumstances. Our disbursements (if applicable) comply with LSUC Rule 4.2-2.1: HST, govt. document registration fees, fees charged by govt., Teranet fees, costs of condo status certificate, lawyers creditor's letters and title insurance. The fee is valid if our firm is hired and receives the Agreement of Purchase and Sale at least 5 business days prior to closing. If any unforeseen issues arise you will be notified immediately. Note that additional charges apply to investment properties, commercial properties, occupancy closings, lines of credit or additional mortgages/lines of credit, bridegloans or any other matter beyond the scope of a standard real estate transaction.
    What's Included?
  • What is included in our Flat Rate Legal Fee:
    • One FREE mobile signing service appointment anywhere in Southern Ontario. We come to you at the time and location of your choice to sign your closing documents.
    • Unlimited access to your lawyer & law clerk via phone and email
    • Review of insurance binder
    • Preparation of legal documentation for closing.
    • Review of lender/bank first mortgage instructions
    • Preparation of first mortgage legal documentation.
    • Arranging Title Insurance
    • Review of Title search and documents
    • Review of Writ search and documents
    • All internal disbursements such as paper, faxes, long distant charges etc.
    • Discharging one first mortgage
    • All internal disbursements such as paper, faxes, long distant charges etc.
    • Direct depositing one certified cheque drawn on a lawyer’s trust account into your bank account.
    What is NOT included in our Flat Rate Legal Fee:
    • Our flat rate legal fee applies to a residential single family dwelling on city services, being vacant on closing with one first mortgage on a standard transaction with no unforeseen circumstances. An additional fee of $50 plus HST will apply to any payments to be made beyond payout out of the first mortgage. Our flat rate DOES NOT apply to private mortgages. Our disbursements (if applicable) comply with LSUC Rule 4.2-2.1: HST, govt. document registration fees, fees charged by govt., Teranet fees, costs of condo status certificate, lawyers creditor's letters and title insurance. The fee is valid if our firm is hired and receives the Agreement of Purchase and Sale at least 5 business days prior to closing. If any unforeseen issues arise you will be notified immediately. Note that additional charges apply to investment properties, commercial properties, occupancy closings, lines of credit or additional mortgages/lines of credit, bridegloans or any other matter beyond the scope of a standard real estate transaction.
    What's Included?
  • What is included in our Flat Rate Legal Fee:
    • One FREE mobile signing service appointment anywhere in Southern Ontario. We come to you at the time and location of your choice to sign your closing documents.
    • Review of Agreement of Purchase & Sale
    • Unlimited access to your lawyer & law clerk via phone and email
    • Review of insurance binder
    • Preparation of legal documentation for closing.
    • Arranging Title Insurance
    • Review of Title search and documents
    • Review of Writ search and documents
    • All internal disbursements such as paper, faxes, long distant charges etc.
    • ADD $200 plus HST if you are closing your transaction with a first mortgage
    What is NOT included in our Flat Rate Legal Fee:
    • Our flat rate legal fee applies to a residential single family dwelling on city services, being vacant on closing with one first mortgage on a standard transaction with no unforeseen circumstances. Our disbursements (if applicable) comply with LSUC Rule 4.2-2.1: HST, govt. document registration fees, fees charged by govt., Teranet fees, costs of condo status certificate, lawyers creditor's letters and title insurance. The fee is valid if our firm is hired and receives the Agreement of Purchase and Sale at least 5 business days prior to closing. If any unforeseen issues arise you will be notified immediately. Note that additional charges apply to investment properties, commercial properties, occupancy closings, lines of credit or additional mortgages/lines of credit, bridegloans or any other matter beyond the scope of a standard real estate transaction.
    What's Included?
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