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Danila James

Hello Reader,
I absolutely had to leave a kudos message for both Ms. Tiffany and Lorraine and their exceptional customer service skills. They were warm and inviting. They were extremely knowledgeable and patient with answering all the many questions I had […]

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Richard Gibson

I want to thank, Quick Escrow for the tremendous job they have done. They not only handle my escrow sale but also my refinance and did it with such professionalism and with great customer service. They will always have my […]

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Ruben Leon

It was great to work with Quick Escrow as a buyers agent, sometimes you bug and even if there is no update, they still let you know what is going on to keep you updated. I hope to work with […]

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New Transfer Tax Disclosure Requirement Effective January 1, 2015

After January 1, 2015 a new California law will require documentary transfer tax to be included on the face of the property deed.  Prior to enactment of this new law, it has been common practice in commercial real estate purchase […]

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FHA is eliminating the post-payment interest charges

After Jan 21, 2015 FHA is eliminating the post-payment interest charges. Finally Homeowner’s who have an FHA Loan that is being paid off through escrow will not have to be subject to paying an entire month of interest or try […]

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When can the Buyer receive the keys and who will provide them to the Buyer?

When the Escrow Officer confirms that the recording is completed, the Real Estate Agents are notified and keys are distributed by the Real Estate Agents in accordance with the terms of the purchase contract. Read More

After the Buyer signs the loan documents, when will the escrow close?

After signing the loan documents are returned to the lender for review and the loan funding is scheduled. The Escrow Officer will be working closely with the Lender to coordinate the scheduling of these final details. Typically the escrow will […]

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Why is a “refundable pad” listed on my estimated closing statement?

The amount of funds required from a Buyer/Borrower for closing is based on the current information available to the Escrow Officer at the time the file is figured. If the closing date changes due to unforeseen circumstances, or charges or […]

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The closing is complete – now what?

Upon closing, review the closing statements to determine that the costs were allocated in accordance with your instructions. Any recorded documents to which you are entitled will be mailed to you after the escrow closes by the County Recorder’s Office or […]

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What is the fee for the escrow service?

The escrow fee is normally based on the size and complexity of the transaction. Since there are so many types of escrows and every transaction is different there are no set fees. Usually the escrow fee is divided in accordance […]

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