In the bustling city of Toronto, encompassing diverse areas like East York, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough, Toronto, and York, the real estate market is as varied as its neighborhoods. Aion Law stands at the forefront of this dynamic market, offering unparalleled expertise in residential real estate transactions. Our deep understanding of Toronto’s unique property landscape ensures that our clients’ investments are not just secure, but also aligned with the city’s evolving real estate trends.

Residential real estate transactions are often the most significant financial decisions individuals make in their lifetime. At Aion Law, we guide our clients through every step of the buying and selling process, ensuring their rights are protected. Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer, an experienced investor, or looking to refinance your mortgage, we are here to help. Our approach is tailored to each client’s specific needs, providing personalized advice and strategies to navigate the complexities of real estate transactions.

As Toronto’s real estate market continues to grow and change, Aion Law remains committed to offering top-tier legal services. Our expertise in handling various real estate disputes, from boundary issues to title discrepancies, positions us as a trusted ally for anyone navigating the Toronto property market. We ensure that our clients can make their real estate decisions with confidence and peace of mind, knowing they have the support of Aion Law’s experienced team.

Residential Services

  • Residential purchases, sales and mortgage transactions
  • New build house and condominium purchases and assignments
  • Mortgage and financing transactions
  • Private lending transactions
  • Property transfers and dispositions
  • Status Certificate reviews
  • Survivorship Applications
  • Land Severances and Development
  • Commercial purchases and sales
  • Commercial leases
  • Mortgage and financing transactions
  • Private lending transactions
  • Property transfers and dispositions

Commercial Services

  • Commercial purchases and sales
  • Commercial leases
    Mortgage and financing transactions (including refinancing)
  • Private lending transactions
    Property transfers and dispositions
  • General and limited partnership
  • Construction agreements
  • Deeds of conveyance
  • Encroachment agreements
  • Purchase and Sale agreements
  • Negotiating and preparing commercial lease agreements
  • Commercial lease enforcement
  • Commercial lease reviews and opinions with respect to the acquisition of commercial properties


In Toronto, including its diverse subregions of East York, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough, Toronto, and York, the commercial real estate market is as dynamic as its skyline. Aion Law stands at the forefront of this sector, offering unparalleled expertise in navigating the complexities of commercial real estate transactions in this vibrant metropolis. Our deep understanding of the local market nuances and regulatory landscape in Toronto positions us uniquely to serve our clients’ needs effectively.

At Aion Law, our proficiency extends beyond mere transactions. We excel in the art of contract drafting and negotiation, ensuring that every clause and term serves our clients’ best interests. Our team’s ability to dissect and construct complex contracts is unmatched, providing a solid foundation for successful commercial real estate dealings. This skill is crucial in guiding our clients through the intricate process of acquisitions, sales, and leasing, helping them make informed decisions that align with their strategic goals.

Concluding, Aion Law’s commitment to excellence in the commercial real estate sector is evident in our track record in Toronto. We are dedicated to not only meeting but exceeding the expectations of our clients, ensuring that their commercial ventures in Toronto’s diverse and thriving real estate market are both profitable and legally sound.

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Real Estate

Secure your real estate dreams today.

Experience hassle-free residential real estate transactions with us. At Aion Law, we understand the emotional and financial significance of home buying or selling. Our team is ready to guide you through the complexities of contracts, mortgages, and title searches.

For commercial real estate ventures, trust our expertise. Navigating lease agreements, zoning disputes, and more can be challenging. We’re here to simplify the process, offering strategic advice tailored to your business needs.

Discover our straightforward real estate fees.

Whether you’re dealing with residential property transfers or complex commercial acquisitions, our transparent pricing structure keeps you informed and confident in your financial commitments.

Frequently asked questions.

What is the difference between a freehold and a condo in Canadian real estate?

In Canada, a freehold property means the owner has complete ownership of the land and the structure on it. In contrast, a condo (condominium) involves owning a unit within a larger building, and the owner often shares common areas and facilities with other residents, contributing to the costs through condo fees.

Do I need a lawyer to buy a home in Canada?

Yes, in Canada, you typically need a real estate lawyer or notary in Quebec to handle the transaction, ensure the title is free from encumbrances, prepare the statement of adjustments, and facilitate the financial aspects of the purchase.

What is a land transfer tax?

Land transfer tax (LTT) is a tax levied by provinces and, in some cases, municipalities on the transfer of property. The tax amount varies based on the property’s purchase price and location, and first-time homebuyers might be eligible for rebates in certain provinces.

How does the mortgage system work in Canada?

In Canada, homebuyers can get a mortgage loan from banks, credit unions, or other lenders. Typically, you need to make a down payment (minimum 5% for homes under CAD 500,000) and then pay back the loan with interest over a set term (like 25 years). Interest rates can be fixed (unchanging for the term) or variable (based on market rates).

Are there any restrictions for non-residents buying property in Canada?

Non-residents can buy property in Canada. However, they might face higher property transfer taxes or additional taxes, especially in places like British Columbia. Non-residents should also be aware of potential tax implications in their home country when owning foreign real estate.

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Words from our valued clients.

Effortless estate planning with Aion Law.

When I first considered drafting my will and setting up trusts, the process seemed daunting and filled with complex legal jargon. Aion Law simplified everything, guiding me and ensuring that my family’s future was secure. Their genuine care and expertise made all the difference. I now have peace of mind, knowing my legacy is in safe hands.

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For years, I struggled to find a law firm that truly understood my needs and vision. Enter Aion Law, and suddenly everything fell into place. Their expertise filled the gaps in my business’s legal framework, providing clarity and stability in uncertain times. They’re more than just lawyers; they’re partners in success

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