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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 November 2

How Choosing the Right Escrow Service Can Help Your Real Estate Business

How choosing the right escrow company can help your real estate business

For a new homebuyer or seller, words like “escrow” can sound like you are saying something in a completely different language. The terminology is foreign to them and the concept is something they are unfamiliar with too. That’s why as a real estate agent it’s not only important to explain the concept to new home

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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 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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