My mission

is to provide the highest quality notarial services at reasonable prices, satisfy my clients by meeting or exceeding their expectations and be trustworthy for my clients and whole community of my area.

Contact us:

#300-5118 Joyce Street,
Vancouver, BC V5R 4H1
Tel: 604-620-6535
Cell: 778-960-0770
Fax: 1.888.607.9097

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday
9:30am - 5:00pm

3.00pm to 7.00pm

Evening and holiday times:
By Appointment


Steven and Beverly Hannah: "Olga was very helpful during the sale and purchase of our home. She provided support throughout the day, and even outside business hours. We are happy with the results."

Shahdab Rahman: "Olga was very professional in handling the purchase of my investment property. She was very thorough in researching land titles, strata plans, and any outstanding fees and credits.
   Overall, Olga was a pleasure to deal with and a very knowledgeable notary when it came to real estate transfers. I would recommend her to anyone and appreciated her well priced services."

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Question: Husband and Wife purchase a property. We signed the documents in the bank. Our mortgage was approved. We decided to put only me on a title. Can we do it?
Answer: No, if you and your wife are the borrowers, you are both have to go on a title. Or you can go on a title without your wife, but then your wife will have to be a guarantor not a borrower.

Question: What is an amount I need to bring to complete my purchase?
Answer: An amount is usually known few days in advance of completion. Notary gets all information, does his/her due diligence, makes calculations and then asks client to bring a balance to complete. It has to be a bank draft or certified cheque.

Question: Why is a principal amount of mortgage on Form B is different from an amount I borrow?
Answer: Frequently an amount is different. It is done for a situation when borrowers decide to borrow more money, they will not need to re-register Form B.

Question: Do I qualify as a First Time Homebuyer?
Answer: To see if you qualify as a First Time Homebuyer, please go to the following link:

Question: Will I have to pay additional property transfer tax ?                                                                                                                                  Answer: Starting August 2,2016, an additional property transfer tax applies to residential property transfers to foreign entities in the Greater Vancouver Regional District. Foreign entities are transferees that are foreign nationals, foreign corporations or taxable trustees. Foreign nationals are transferees who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents,including stateless persons. See the following link: