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Professional Escrow Company

As escrow experts, the escrow process is clear and simple because we have spent years learning, training, and practicing our skills. The countless hours of studying the rules and regulations of the escrow industry and seeing them in practice on a day-to-day basis have made us the professional and dependable escrow company we are today. If you are in the market for a professional escrow company, it probably means that you are not in the business of closing escrows, so you may need a little help. That is why we have compiled a few pages of information for you, to help you navigate the complicated world of escrow services.

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Understanding Escrow

About Escrow

Here, we discuss the basics of what the escrow process entails. It will give you a brief overview of the escrow industry and what we do. For more information, please feel free to contact our office and speak to an escrow officer directly. Our experienced escrow specialists can help answer any further questions you may have and put your mind at ease.

Holding Title

Both federal and state laws allow for a variety of ways that title (or ownership) of a property can be held. For example, sole, joint tenancy, tenancy in common, community property, etc. On our Holding Title page, we have given you the basics of what each of these methods entail. Call our office today for more information.

Escrow Process

Learn more about the steps involved in closing an escrow. We have laid out each step in order, and given a brief explanation of what each of those steps entail. As always, please feel free to call our office for more information if you have any questions.

Escrow Forms & Documents

New Era Escrow has a library of Forms and Documents needed to facilitate any escrow transaction.

Escrow FAQ’s

Please feel free to review our escrow FAQ’s for a list of questions and answers for quick solutions to many common problems. If you do not find what you are looking for, remember that we are glad to be of service… just call our office and speak directly to a licensed escrow officer.