Step 8: Close Escrow
Posted by: raindrop 5 years, 10 months ago
Unlike most of the rest of the country, Buyers and Sellers need not be present to close escrow. Closing escrow is simply the process where the Grant Deed is recorded at the County Clerk's office.
Prior to closing, the Buyer will have completed their due diligence, removed their contingencies and both Buyer and Seller will have satisfied all of the terms of escrow.
Once escrow has closed, Congratulations! You're a homeowner! Finally, Step 9: What's Next?
For more information, click here or contact Kate Gillingham.
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