Selling Your Home: The Closing Process

  Picture this: It’s finally happened; after listing your home and surviving the countless open houses and lowball offers, a buyer finally comes forward with an acceptable offer. They’ve signed the sales contract and you can see the light at the end...

What If I Have a Vacation Planned Before My Closing?

Just because you’re purchasing a home doesn’t mean that your life conveniently pauses until you reach the closing table, right? Of course not! Many buyers and sellers still have to proceed with not only everyday life but other engagements as well. For example, some...

What Happened to My Escrow?

Before you can move into your dream house, a settlement has to take place. If all goes well, you are officially a new homeowner. But what happens when there is a bump in the road, like say…an escrow dispute? When involved in a real estate closing transaction, an...

What Does My Closing Date on a Contract Mean?

So often in a closing transaction we are most concerned with the date we close. A contract will have that date so all parties know what to work towards. The closing date is set and agreed upon on the contract signed by all parties, usually several weeks from...

Overpricing a Home Can Be More Damaging Than You Think

When it comes time to put your house on the market, it’s wise to look to a trained real estate professional to help you with things like advertising and—more importantly—pricing! It’s not surprising that the number one reason why houses don’t sell is because they are...
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