Buying or selling a home is one of the most important and biggest transactions that one can ever be a part of. This is why having clear communication throughout the whole process is crucial. Communication is the key component that determines whether you have a long and stressful escrow or a smooth and convenient escrow.
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.
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
Picture this: You’ve been swindled out of your down-payment, it’s too late to get it back, and you lose your house right as you’re passing the finish line of closing escrow. Surprisingly, situations like this happen all the time as a result of real estate wire frauds. The first step in preventing escrow wire fraud
With the current restrictions in place due to COVID-19, many realtors and prospective homebuyers are unable to attend open houses or home tours in person. So what can realtors do to showcase the houses they have up for sale? How can buyers look at prospective homes while abiding by the national guidelines to stay home