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Real Estate Lawyer Toronto

1 King Street West, Toronto M5C 1T4, Ontario, Toronto Division, Canada

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If you are looking to buy, sell or refinance a home anywhere in Southern Ontario and need a real estate lawyer you can depend on to ensure your deal closes successfully, you are in the right place. Security & peace of mind are key in hiring a real estate lawyer. Buying or selling a home and moving are very busy and stressful times for most people. We understand that and make every effort to give you peace of mind until the deal is done and you get your keys on closing.
With over 40 years of residential real estate experience, more than 60,000 successful closings, 11 convenient Toronto area locations, 30 staff serving you in 10 languages and live personal service to 11pm 7 days a week, the law offices of Stephen H. Shub will provide you with the most effective, trustworthy and worry-free residential real estate legal services in the Greater Toronto Area and Southern Ontario.
Establishment year:
1984
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25
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1 King Street West, Toronto M5C 1T4, Ontario, Toronto Division, Canada
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