Eric Laxton brings creativity and a vibrant attitude to his real estate practice, with a focus on land development and condominium law. He has extensive experience in land acquisitions, financing and sales, as well as condominium development and governance. Eric provides responsive, practical and business-oriented advice on a wide array of real estate issues.

In his practice, Eric assists builders with all aspects of condominium development, from the initial purchase of land, to drafting the condominium documents, registering the condominium plan, completing the unit occupancy and final closings, and transferring control of the condominium to owners. He has unique experience with complex condominium projects as well as commercial and real estate transactions involving condominium corporations. His clients rely on his depth of thought to craft effective solutions and to achieve excellent results.

Eric has particular interest in social purpose real estate and sustainable investing in environmental and housing initiatives. He acts for builders, lenders and not-for-profit organizations focused on social impact.

Eric has written for several condominium publications, including CondoBusiness and CondoVoice magazines, and has been a speaker on condominium law issues at seminars provided by the Law Society of Ontario and the Ontario Bar Association. He sits on the executive committee for the real property section of the Ontario Bar Association, where he has led a committee on legislative and regulatory changes in new home construction and sales.

Outside of the office, Eric is an Officer in the Canadian Army (Reserve), holding the rank of Major and having served in senior command appointments with the Royal Canadian Artillery. He has also served as an Airborne Forward Observation Officer with the parachute company of the Queens Own Rifles of Canada.