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Senate Bill 931, providing California Short Sale Deficiency Protection, will go into effect on January 1, 2011.  This new law states that existing lenders of record who have approved and agreed upon a short sale will not be able to obtain a deficiency judgment against...

At the time of signing loan documents, the buyer is presented with an estimated settlement statement by their escrow holder.  This statement includes the initial amount the lender will collect in order to establish the Impound Account.  This amount often brings up questions from the...

In every purchase/sale of Real Estate, the buyer is granted title to the property from the seller through the delivery of a Deed.  The escrow company/title company or an attorney prepares this Deed, and the Deed shows the seller, currently vested on title, is granting...

Tuesdays, here at the American Trust Escrow website, we post Technology Tips designed to help you, the REALTOR®, grow your business, keep up to date on the latest technologies, and move you forward into the new era of real estate. Today, QR codes, or “Quick Response”...

For some, the escrow process can be perceived as confusing, perhaps even overwhelming at times. Buyers and sellers are dealing with deadlines, mounds of paperwork, and signatures galore. It is not uncommon to feel anxious and have questions during the process. As...