Category: Opening Escrow

2020 December 8

7 Emerging Trends and Tech for the Housing Market in 2021

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With the year coming to a close and COVID-19 taking a toll on  the entire economy, you may be wondering how it has been affecting the housing market and what the new year has in store for the industry. Well, the housing market has remained strong, while picking up some different trends than previous years.

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2020 October 26

The Advantages of Virtual Escrow at New Venture Escrow

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IT IS FINISHED. You have successfully led all parties through the entire real estate process and house keys have finally been exchanged! The blood, sweat, time, and tears you put into selling a home turns into dancing as you celebrate yet another conquest. Part of the reason it feels so good to close is because

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2020 October 2

The Digital Escrow Process Explained

Are you unsure of what digital escrow is or how digital escrow works? Understanding this newer escrow process may seem tricky, especially when it comes to differentiating between what digital escrow is compared to a traditional escrow. To clear up the confusion for you, we will explain what the digital escrow process looks like. If

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2020 July 24

The Close of Escrow: Process & Fees to Expect

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When people exchange hundreds of thousands of dollars in real estate transactions, there are bound to be some fears about the whole process. For instance, how can you be sure the buyer has enough money to buy your home? You can’t always take someone’s word for it. That’s why the escrow closing process is an

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2020 July 13

Issues with the Seller’s Disclosure? Here’s What to Do

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Picture it: you’ve bought a new home and have just moved in. While unpacking your belongings, you see a sizable and dangerous hole in the wall that you weren’t aware of. The seller didn’t tell you about it in the seller disclosure statement. What do you do? Here we’ll discuss what to do when you

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