Tag: Escrow Officer

2021 June 28

7 Tips For Getting Through Your Escrow

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Escrow exists as a neutral entity that helps parties finalize a housing purchase. Think of it like a storage unit that doubles as a safety net. The escrow keeps all documents and funds in custody until the home is sold safely and legally. Both the buyer and seller are involved in escrow, but the one

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2021 June 4

What to Expect After Closing Escrow: Realtor Edition

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Congratulations on closing escrow with your client! In real estate, escrow is a third party that neutralizes the process and protects the buyer and the seller during real estate transactions. The escrow process makes sure that both parties uphold the terms they agreed upon and ensures financial security. The escrow closing process is a critical

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2021 March 24

Escrow Failures: Why Do Homes Fall Out of Escrow?

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5 Escrow Failures and How to Avoid Them Not every sales transaction goes as smoothly as one would wish, especially those that involve big value purchases such as homes. Escrow failures are when a home falls out of escrow. They are not uncommon, but they can be easily avoided!  Real estate agents often stress about

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2021 February 19

How Escrow in Real Estate Works and How Having an Account Can Help You

How Escrow in Real Estate Works and How Having an Account Can Help You

Having an escrow account is a very helpful way to get through the home closing process, which consists of many sensitive elements. It can also be helpful after this process is over by helping you pay off your real estate taxes and insurance. Here is how escrow in real estate works and what having an

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2021 February 16

How Real Estate Agents and Escrow Providers Work Together

How Real Estate Agents and Escrow Providers Work Together

How Do Real Estate Agents and Escrow Providers Work Together? If you have considered buying a house or a real estate property, you probably realized it was a more complicated process than you thought. Fees, lawyers, credit reports, homeowner associations, inspections, and mortgages are among many other things that make it a long and arduous

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