Buying or selling a home or other property? Along with the excitement of your purchase, you may find this experience stressful and you will need a professional in the real estate/law industry to help you through the process. At Settimi Law, we specialize in Real Estate Law. We are here to guide you through the entire process, from explaining the real estate and legal jargon to closing the deal for you in a way that you will be confident that your interests are being well served.
We are here to simplify the process and to answer all your questions. We will review and explain your agreements before you sign them while keeping you informed and up-to-date about the status of your purchase or sale. We pride ourselves in making your Real Estate purchase as stress-free and cost-effective as possible.
Paul Settimi has been practicing law for over 25 years now and has opened his own General Practice here in the heart of the city of Hamilton where he has 2 Law Clerks and a full time Conveyancer. Due to high demand he has also opened a second office in Grimsby in order to be accessible to all of his Niagara based clients, as he has lived in Grimsby for the past 23 years.
Paul has a general practice that focuses primarily on Real Estate law, dealing with Residential, Commercial and Mortgage Transactions. Over the years he has closed over 7000 Purchases, Sale and Mortgage transactions. Paul also has a great deal of knowledge and practices in several other areas including Family Law and Wills and Estates and Criminal Law.
Paul currently sits as a member on the Committee of Adjustments for the Town of Grimsby and has for the past 6 years.
Here at Settimi Law, we will provide you with the friendly, professional and yet personal service that all our customers have come to expect.
The Hamilton Real Estate Show – Titles Insurance, Wills & Power of Attorney. September 17, 2016 — Special Guest Paul Lewis Settimi
Topics for this show include:
What happens when the buyer doesn’t close on closing date?
With the buyer not closing the deal does the seller still have to pay the Realtors commission?
If the seller gets another buyer to close on the sale quickly, can he or she sue the first buyer for breaching the sale contract?
If the seller sells the home for more money than the first deal can he keep the deposit?
Everything you need to know about Titles Insurance, Wills & Power of Attorney. LISTEN BELOW!