Taylor Law – Real Estate Law

Over 30 years of experience in the Calgary real-estate market, trust Taylor Law for all of your real estate needs and transactions.

Taylor Law provides legal services for vendors, purchasers, mortgagors and mortgagees of real property. We review and advise clients on purchase agreements, listing agreements, leases, mortgages, caveats, restrictive covenants and all other charges and encumbrances which may be registered against real property.

Your real-estate transaction is one of the most significant investments in your life. Our office has spent nearly 30 years serving clients just like you. We are here to guide you through the process, answer any questions, and aim to help reduce your stress while increasing your excitement about your purchase.

Contact us to receive our expert legal advice, a critical feature in any real estate investment.

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Tel: 403-259-4151

#240, 550 – 71st Ave. SE. Calgary, AB T2H 0S6

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