Four Practical Tips

We commonly see that banks charge large fees when houses are sold after separation.   The key is to identify early the potential costs involved, and work out a solution. You need to have options. You’re going to have to get your former partner to help with this too, if it is a joint debt.   Here are 4 Practical Tips to help you:  

  1. Refinance with the same bank – they may waive the fee.
  2. See if a new bank (if you’re buying again) will pick up the cost.
  3. Have us negotiate with the bank.
  4. Look around for options or have us or a mortgage broker do the same.”The information posted on this website is prepared for a general audience, without investigation into the facts of any particular case. This information is no substitute for legal advice and does not create a lawyer-client relationship; you are advised to consult with a lawyer on any legal issue.”

“The information posted on this website is prepared for a general audience, without investigation into the facts of any particular case. This information is no substitute for legal advice and does not create a lawyer-client relationship; you are advised to consult with a lawyer on any legal issue.”