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How to known as Agent

Buying a home or any real estate property can be difficult to navigate for the average person. This is where your expertise and knowledge can really come in handy.

Be a fountain of knowledge!

Help to walk your clients through the closing process.  They are not as familiar with a closing as you are.  Encourage the delivery of prompt information to the Closing Attorney by your customers.

Ask questions!

Use your Closing Attorney as a resource for Contractual questions and issues that arise during the closing process. The Closing Attorney might provide you as the agent valuable information to move forward.

Be aware of out-of-pocket expenses

Preparing a Closing involves “out-of-pocket” expenses on the part of the Closing Attorney.  Your sensitivity to being aware that a closing might not go through for various reasons and notifying the Closing Attorney of this might allow for postponing a necessary “out-of-pocket” expense until you have confidence that the closing will actually take place thus avoiding unnecessary loss.

Trust your Real Estate Attorney

We love our Real Estate Agents and are always here for you! Give the Closing Attorney the space to do quality work for you and your clients. It will all work out, trust us.

Make the Purchase and Sales Agreement as complete as possible

Send the Purchase and Sale Agreement as complete as possible in one delivery. It is understood that changes take place during the term of the Contract; however, sending the contract piecemeal opens the door for inefficiencies and loss of information. One email is much better than ten emails.

What to Know as a Buyer

Buying a home can be magical, but don’t let that distract you from some important details.

Ask questions!

The earlier you communicate your questions to your closing attorney, the better, This will help guide your decision-making process and make sure that you know exactly what you’re getting into.

Voice your concerns!

Don’t be afraid to let your attorney know about any peculiar circumstances about yourself or the property you’re interested in purchasing. As mentioned before, the sooner the better.

Don’t forget the important documents!

Whether you’re buying a house or commercial real estate, you’ll need some kind of insurance proof if a lender is involved. This could mean buying hazard insurance, homeowner’s insurance, or commercial structural insurance for example.

Also, be sure to bring your personal identification when it’s time to close the deal.

Be patient!

Real estate closings are not as simple as you think. It takes time to prepare all of the documents and set up an actual closing date so please be patient. From previous experience, it’s much easier and efficient to attend a closing at the Closing Attorney’s Office.

Finalizing the payment

All funds due at the time of closing should be wired to the closing attorney’s Escrow account.  

 

What to Know as a Seller

Selling a home or any type of property can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. Knowing some of the things mentioned below can help.

Ask questions!

The earlier you communicate your questions to your closing attorney, the better, This will help guide your decision-making process and make sure that you know exactly what you’re getting into.

Voice your concerns!

Don’t be afraid to let your attorney know about any peculiar circumstances about yourself or the property you’re selling. As mentioned before, the sooner the better.

Don’t forget the important documents!

Be sure to bring your personal identification when it’s time to close the deal.

Be patient!

Real estate closings are not as simple as you think. It takes time to prepare all of the documents and set up an actual closing date so please be patient. From previous experience, it’s much easier and efficient to attend a closing at the Closing Attorney’s Office.

Getting Paid

Our closing office lets you choose a payment option that is most convenient for you. This could mean wiring proceeds from the sale directly to you or providing you with an Attorney’s Escrow Check at closing.

What to Know as an Agent

Buying a home or any real estate property can be difficult to navigate for the average person. This is where your expertise and knowledge can really come in handy.

Be a fountain of knowledge!

Help to walk your clients through the closing process.  They are not as familiar with a closing as you are.  Encourage the delivery of prompt information to the Closing Attorney by your customers.

Ask questions!

Use your Closing Attorney as a resource for Contractual questions and issues that arise during the closing process. The Closing Attorney might provide you as the agent valuable information to move forward.

Be aware of out-of-pocket expenses

Preparing a Closing involves “out-of-pocket” expenses on the part of the Closing Attorney.  Your sensitivity to being aware that a closing might not go through for various reasons and notifying the Closing Attorney of this might allow for postponing a necessary “out-of-pocket” expense until you have confidence that the closing will actually take place thus avoiding unnecessary loss.

Trust your Real Estate Attorney

We love our Real Estate Agents and are always here for you! Give the Closing Attorney the space to do quality work for you and your clients. It will all work out, trust us.

Make the Purchase and Sales Agreement as complete as possible

Send the Purchase and Sale Agreement as complete as possible in one delivery. It is understood that changes take place during the term of the Contract; however, sending the contract piecemeal opens the door for inefficiencies and loss of information. One email is much better than ten emails.

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