Once your offer is accepted we will open up escrow, coordinate inspections and address any issues that may arise.
We have a team of trusted, licensed, bonded inspectors that will inspect every inch of your property, so you know exactly what you are buying.
Our job is to protect your interest, negotiate on your behalf and guide you through the escrow process so its seamless and stress free.
WHAT DOES ESCROW MEAN?
When a buyer and seller initially arrive at a purchase agreement, they select a neutral third party to act as the escrow agent. The escrow agent collects what is known as “earnest money” from the buyer—this is a deposit that is equal to a small percentage of the sale price, and it shows that the buyer is serious about entering into the sale. In exchange, the seller takes the property off the market. Until the final exchange is completed, both the buyer’s deposit and the seller’s property are said to be “in escrow.”
We will recommend a general inspection, plus a full look at mold/moisture inspection, sewer line, roof, HVAC and more. We want to be confident that there are no hidden leaks, that the plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems are in good condition and that there won’t be any unfortunate surprises waiting for you on move-in day.
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