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How Will Rising Interest Rates Change Escrow Services?

When it comes to real estate, the history of interest rates is full of ups and downs. Experts forecast changes, buyers and sellers adjust their lives and budgets appropriately (or attempt to), and real estate agents try to become the rock in this ever-shifting foundation. But how will rising interest rates change escrow services?    Read More >>

Avoiding Wire Fraud

In today’s market, it’s paramount that real estate agents, homebuyers, and homesellers are all aware of scams and schemes they might encounter. Avoiding wire fraud in the coming years may prove more challenging, so we are here with some signs to watch out for.    Read More >>

Post-Pandemic Buyers: What’s Changed 

As we move into a post-pandemic era, it is critical to assess what has changed about selling real estate. After all, if you want to stay at the top of your game, you need to stay on top of attitudes and trends.    Read More >>

Comparing Independent and Controlled Escrow Companies

Not all companies operate as an independent provider of escrow services as we do. Let’s compare what differentiates independent escrow companies from other associated “controlled” escrow companies. Let’s get started with comparing independent and controlled escrow companies.    Read More >>

Understanding Trust Certifications and Trust Agreements

Actual ownership of real property (how ownership is recorded on title) can make or break a real estate sale during the escrow process. However, many properties are held in a trust and present a special set of circumstances for title and closing. As such, understanding trust certifications and trust agreements is vital.    Read More >>

Targeting Absentee Owners

An often untapped method for growing your real estate inventory is by targeting absentee owners. With the right strategies strategies to attract absentee owners, you can start making matches that benefit all parties involved. It might take a little legwork at first, but the results are well worth it.     Read More >>

Why Do Interest Rates on Mortgages Rise?

In spite of a challenging economic big picture in 2020, real estate professionals had one of the best years in recent history. First time home buyers kept the housing market alive because of incredibly low mortgage rates. 2021 foreshadows a different phase as rates are now increasingly likely to rise. If we understand three basic principles contributing to fluctuating interest rates, we can manage buyer and seller expectations in this new market landscape.    Read More >>

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