What type of escrow transaction do you need?

Your Details

Let us know how to get back to you.

A Promise from our Founder

I started EscrowQuick in the year 2000 to make the buying, selling, and loan process easy. We are like a family that works together to help others. Since we handle everything in-house, we make the decisions so there is no waiting.

We take pride in our work, have confidence in our knowledge, and enjoy helping to create a great escrow experience for our clients.

– Tony Assali, Founder of EscrowQuick

Escrowquick is committed to making your buying or selling process go smoothly

You will see that we aren't just quick

  • We work with the decision makers at each step. Our Escrow, Our Choice.

  • We have a family atmosphere, and we are on your side

  • We are committed to providing the best service, every time

  • 2013 Best Escrow Services, Fountain Valley
  • 2013 Best Escrow Services, Fountain Valley

And you don't have to take our word for it...

Since 2013, we have received the city's Best Business Award for escrow services 5 times (2018 is on the way)

We are proud to serve Orange County, and honored to be honored by the City of Fountain Valley

Here is what the community is saying

Feel free to leave a review of your own once we have helped you

I want to thank, EscrowQuick

Rated 5 out of 5
October 2, 2018

I want to thank, EscrowQuick 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 business. Kudos to Lorraine and the Escrow Quick Team!!!

Richard Gibson

I absolutely had to leave a kudos

Rated 5 out of 5
October 2, 2018

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 as a first time home buyer navigating my way through the Escrow process.

Danila James

What can be said about ESCROWQUICK

Rated 5 out of 5
October 2, 2018

What can be said about ESCROWQUICK and their team other than WOW WOW WOW! I’ve had the pleasure of working with EscrowQuick on many transactions and their performance is stellar at all times. As we know there are so many factors that contribute to a successful closing.

Victoria Gibo

I LOVE EscrowQuick!

Rated 5 out of 5
October 2, 2018

I have been working with Tony and the team at EscrowQuick for a while now and I have to say that they are amazing! Thank you guys.


Types of Escrow

  • Refinance

    The replacement of one or more loans with one or more new loans secured by the subject property.

  • Residential Sales

    Buying or selling a previously owned residence.

  • New Home Services

    Purchasing a home directly from the builder that may or may not still be under construction.

  • Loan Transactions

    New Loan transactions differ form refinances inasmuch as those would be a brand new loan in addition to existing encumbrances on the subject property(i.e. a loan made by an institutional lender, hard money lender, firend, or family member). Sometimes people find it necessary to obtain a brodge loan when their current residence is not selling, or closing in a timely manner, and their new residence cannot wait.

  • Commercial Refinances and Purchases

    Buying or Selling a property that is zoned for commercial or industrial use. This would include Apartment Building, Hotels or Motels, Investment Properties, Land Acquisitions, Office Buildings, Restaurants, Retial Properties, and Shopping Centers.

  • Investment Properties

    A property that is not occupied by the Owner(s). This type of transaction usually falls under the commercial/industrial umbrella. Most often the seller(s) are interested in a tax-deferred exchange (deferring the tax on the captial gain until a later time).

When You Are Ready to Get Started...

  • Location

    EscrowQuick, Inc.
    16480 Harbor Blvd.
    Suite 101
    Fountain Valley, CA 92708

  • Phone

    Call Us 24/7
    Fax: 714–415–5599
    e-Fax: 484–348–5764

Contact Form


Enjoy Events

Buyer and Seller FAQs

Prepare Escrow Instruction in accordance with instructions from the principals.Determine the legal ownership of the subject property through a title search.

Clears title of Liens to comply with the terms of the transaction by obtaining payoff statements and Reconveyances, as necessary.

Provides title search information to, and works closely with, Buyer’s lender.

When all terms of the transaction have been met, the legal documents are reviewed for accuracy and final funds are collected from buyer.

Documents are submitted to the County Recorder for recording and upon confirmation of recording; final statements of funds are prepared and issued to seller and buyer.

Funds are disbursed in accordance with instructions.

Escrows in California can be written performed by:

Licensed California Real Estate Brokers Governed by the Department of Real Estate
Title Companies Governed by the Insurance Commissioner
Independent Escrow Companies Governed by the Department of Business Oversight

Whether you are the buyer or the seller, you want assurance that no funds or property will change hands until all of the terms of the transaction have been completed with. With the increasing complexity of business, law and tax structures, it takes a trained professional to supervise the transaction

Most contracts that involve the transfer, lease or financing of real or personal property can be placed in escrow. You may be involved in escrow not only when you buy or sell a home but also when you buy a mobile home, sell a business or transfer stock in a closely held business. Prizefighters have even been known to have their purses guaranteed through an escrow depository. The buyer or seller should demand the protection of escrow for any transaction which involves a substantial investment.

An Escrow Officer is not a legal counselor and cannot give you legal advice. Remember, the purpose of escrow is to take and comply with instructions, to carry out the mutual agreement of the parties. The Escrow Officer must remain neutral until agreement is reached.

The transaction should not be negotiated in the escrow office nor should an Escrow Officer become involved in the negotiation.

If negotiations have been conducted through a real estate agent, that person, or his/her broker, should be your primary consultant.

The role as an independent agent prohibits the Escrow Officer from answering many of your questions. However, a knowledgeable Escrow Officer whose responsibility is giving impartial service to all the parties, will refer you to the proper source for your answers. An Escrow Officer will often suggest that the customer seek the advice of legal counsel or tax consultant.

When instructions of all parties to the escrow have been carried out, the closing can take place. All outstanding funds are collected at this time and all costs must be paid. Title to the property, whether real or personal, will be transferred. All specified documents are recorded or filed at this time.

Fees and charges are controlled by many factors and depend largely upon the type of transaction and the terms of your agreement. However, there are certain charges which are considered to be normal. These would include fees charged by a lender in connection with obtaining a new loan or in paying off the old one. They may also include recording fees, title insurance policy premium, documentary transfer taxes, prepaid taxes and insurance and escrow fees. Your Escrow Officer will provide you with an itemized statement.

Buyer’s closing funds preferably should be in the form of a wire transfer to the Escrow Holder upon the request of the Escrow Holder. A Cashier’s check is also acceptable but may require a day or two to make sure it has cleared. DO NOT deposit a personal check into escrow for closing. This will delay the closing since these funds must be collected before the closing can take place. An out-of-town check can cause a week to ten days delay in closing.

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 Secretary of State in the case of personal property filing.

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 fees are revised the Escrow Officer will be unable to make adjustments to pay all the closing costs. A “refundable pad” or “buffer” is used in making these final adjustments and unused money is refunded to the Buyer/Borrower.

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 close two to three days after signing of loan documents.

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.