Take the mystery out of selling your home with these downloadable Ontario Real Estate Forms.
Legal form templates for buying and selling residential real estate or commercial properties.
Purchase and sale contracts for condominiums as well as single family homes.
Conveyancing and tax forms consistent with Ontario laws.
if you are making a mortgage loan to the buyer, jump to our Mortgage Forms section.
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Download this free Ontario Declaration of Residency forms for real estate sales in Ontario.
If you are the vendor of the real estate property, you will need to provide the purchaser with the Declaration of Residency in order to fulfill the residency requirement of the Income Tax Act (Canada).
This free Ontario Declaration of Residency is a free form provided in MS Word format.
Buy or sell a home in Ontario without a realtor with this For Sale by Owner (FSBO) Real Estate Purchase and Sale Contract.
This contract is only for use in transactions where neither party is using a realtor.
If HST is payable on the transaction, the purchaser will be responsible for paying it.
If the sale is not subject to HST, the vendor agrees to certify that there is no HST payable.
The vendor pays the costs of preparing the transfer documents......
If you are selling real estate property in Ontario, you will need to provide the purchaser with this HST Exemption Certificate for Sale of Real Property.
The seller of the property certifies that the property is a residential property being resold within the meaning of the Excise Tax Act, and that the seller has not claimed an input tax credit.
This Ontario HST Exemption Certificate for Sale of Real Property is a free form provided in MS Word format.
Buy and sell commercial real estate property in Ontario with this Offer to Purchase and Agreement of Purchase and Sale for Commercial Property.
The seller is responsible for all expenses and taxes on the property up to the closing date. The buyer is responsible for those costs from and including the closing date.
The seller is entitled to all rental revenues up to the closing date. From and including the closing date, the buyer will receive all rents from the property.....