What has to be done between escrow and closing?

Just before escrow is closed, the buyer and the seller each receive a closing statement from the escrow officer. This statement lists the purchase price and all of the expenses […]

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What Can I Expect at my Closing?

Closing is the actual settlement and transfer of the real estate title and the money. It can either be face-to-face, where all parties and their representatives meet in a room […]

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COVID-19 and the Force Majeure Clause

The Kendrick Law Group/Champion Title & Closing is sympathetic to those directly and indirectly affected by COVID-19. You have probably heard mention in the news of “flattening the curve,” “self-quarantine,” […]

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Unmarried Owners Buying Real Estate

Buying real estate has challenges. Whether it is a house, a small apartment, a condo or even a plot of land – there many factors to consider. Cost, amenities, location, […]

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How can I save on Closing Costs?

Closing costs typically range from 3% to 6% of the loan amount, but there are some ways to reduce these costs: Ask lenders for an official Loan Estimate, that details […]

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