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According to Merriam-Webster, escrow is defined as: a deed, a bond, money, or a piece of property held in trust by a third party to be turned over to the grantee only upon fulfillment of a condition. Whether it is the buying and selling of a...

Want to make your REO escrow go as smoothly as possible? Here are a few tips: Fact: The REO escrow must close on time. Fact: The escrow cannot be opened until the purchase agreement is uploaded to the sellers (banks) online REO system and made available to escrow...

The term REO stands for Real Estate Owned properties.  These are properties that are owned by a bank or lender and are for sale to the public. These properties were reverted back to the bank after the homeowner was foreclosed upon.  If the home fails...

If you are either in the process of buying or selling a foreclosure property, understanding the basic terms associated with the process will help you ask appropriate questions of your REALTOR, the escrow officer, the lender and/or other parties involved in the transaction. This can...

Every Tuesday, here at the American Trust Escrow blog, 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. Are you texting yet? ...