Tag: Earnest Money

2020 November 5

Top 7 Tips for Closing on a House

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After months of hard work and searching, you’ve finally gotten to the last step: closing on a house! This might sound like a relief, but there are some steps that you should keep in mind before this home finally becomes yours. How Long Does Closing Take? Usually, the entire closing process can take up to a month

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2020 September 14

How to Calculate Escrow Fees in California: A Complete Guide

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Calculating escrow fees in California can sometimes feel so arbitrary. How do you know exactly what you will be paying? What about fees you might be unaware of in the escrow process? With all the unanswered questions, it can seem impossible to budget for this important expense when selling a home. In this article, we

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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 6

Earnest Money vs. Down Payment: What’s the Difference?

The movement of money is undoubtedly the most constant element of any house buying or selling process. Earnest money and down payments are two major components of facilitating the close of properties, but they can often get confused. In this article, we are taking a look at some of the key similarities and differences between

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2020 March 17

Escrow Accounts for Mortgage: Here’s What You Need To Know

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The house selling and buying process is home to a lot of sensitive elements. Documents, money, and time are all affected by how well the process is organized to get the sale done. Luckily, escrow accounts are here for you to complete transactions with a peace of mind for all parties. But escrows have a

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