What is Escrow?
An escrow is a deposit of funds, deeds or other documents by the principals in a real estate transaction for the delivery to another party upon completion of agreed upon terms. The Escrow Officer is a neutral third party who protects the interests of the principals in the transaction.
Why Do I Need an Escrow?
Escrow ensures that no money or property will change hands until all terms of the agreement have been satisfied.
What Your Escrow Officer Does for You:
What Your Escrow Officer Can Do:
What Your Escrow Officer Cannot Do:
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