Securing Your Mortgage & Financing

Real estate purchases are some of the biggest investments people may make in their lives. With residential homes or commercial properties, owners want to have peace of mind their investments are secure, registered, and ready to go by the closing date.

At Michael Golden Law Corporation, our goal is to keep your real estate transaction moving smoothly without any hiccups or surprises. Serving Burnaby and Vancouver, British Columbia, we review our clients' mortgage documents, highlight any concerns, and resolve any issues before they close their sales.

Going Over the Details with Our Clients

Before you close your real estate transaction, we will review your mortgage and financing documents to spot any pitfalls or shortcomings. We work with your lender to ensure that their requirements are met to facilitate funding. Our team will answer all of your questions and address any concerns you have so you understand any undertakings or adjustments that may affect your closing amount.

At Michael Golden Law Corporation, you work with the named lawyer when reviewing your financing documents. You will always know what stage the transaction is in and what the deadlines are to complete specific tasks.

Explaining Your Mortgage Documents

Without any unforeseen surprises, real estate transactions can be generally straightforward. However, just because we handle these transactions daily doesn’t mean we assume our clients do.

At Michael Golden Law Corporation, we know how complicated it can be to understand what is happening to your finances during a real estate transaction. As a boutique firm, our team has the capacity to review your paperwork with you so you understand how the different documents relate, and so you understand how your mortgage agreement will impact you.

Arrange a Consultation with Our Team

Every buyer and seller has a few concerns about their mortgage documents. Come see us to get personalized answers to your questions. Call our team or schedule a consultation using our online form.