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Types of Transactions

Our team of qualified professionals ensures every requirement is met by all parties involved in residential real estate transactions. We know that buying a home is one of the most important investments any consumer will make. You can be confident that e-escrows will handle every detail with professionalism and diligence.

Multi-Family Investments
e-escrows is experienced with commercial escrow settlement, which includes the transfer of property such as apartment complexes. We recognize the unique needs of handling multi-family investment property sale transactions.

Land and Development Projects
Our team has experience handling escrow for vacant land and new development transactions to eliminate worries of every party involved and handle every detail efficiently and accurately.

Short Sales
Short sales are real estate transactions in which the sales price is less than the balance owed on the property’s closing costs and mortgage. It is the lender who makes the decision to sell the property for less than the amount owed, and the lender does so by accepting the available equity with the agreement that the seller receives no proceeds from the sale. Short sales require close coordination with lenders and e-escrows has completed hundreds of these sales.

For Sale By Owner
Many people decide to save money by buying or selling real estate on their own. This option can save considerable money, but it cannot be done without strict adherence to local, state and federal guidelines. As a California licensed Escrow Agent, e-escrows acts under the California Escrow Law and regulations as a neutral third party fiduciary to the parties to the escrows that we handle.

Refinancing can often be problematic. Count on e-escrows to proactively tackle any pending problems and hurdles to the closing process by managing every detail.

Real Estate Owned
Real estate owned (REO) or foreclosure escrow transactions are very different from regular real estate escrow, and in many cases more complex. These escrow transactions require a unique and specialized approach, including strict adherence to sale conditions when the property is owned by a bank.

When an individual dies, his or her estate goes through a legal process known as probate. Probate typically involves proving the will is valid, identifying the property, paying outstanding taxes and debts and distributing property according to the will or state law.
The escrow officers at e-escrows have years of experience handling these unique and very challenging real estate transactions. Our escrow officers are well-equipped to handle probate transactions.

1031 Exchange
Property held for productive use or investment may be exchanged and the tax deferred under Internal Revenue Code Section 1031. A 1031 Like-Kind Property is real property exchanged for any other real property within the United States or possessions used in business, trade or investment purposes. E-escrows has considerable experience with 1031 accommodators for your benefit.