An escrow officer - also known as a loan officer - is the person that walks you through the closing process. They are usually employed by the title company that you are working with. They are a neutral third-party, responsible for overseeing the escrow process. They typically perform the title searches, prepare final paperwork, witness the document signings as well as ensure that the transaction is executed properly and legally.
To browse our Real Estate FAQ terms please click the following link: Real Estate FAQRealEstateAgent.com is dedicated to provide the most up to date Commercial Real Estate Questions and Answers available in today's market, we invite you to contact our Featured Real Estate Agents so they can assist you with any Commercial Real Estate Questions you may have.
"ED RANGEL - REALTOR ASSOCIATE - AT NINETEEN(19) YEARS OF AGE, ED RANGEL WAS A PROFESSIONAL FRAMER AND DRY-WALLER,LATER ON TO BECOME LICENSED IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT AS SUCH. WITH AN EARLY START IN THE REAL ESTATE WORLD,AT THE AGE OF TWENTY ONE(21), AS AN INVESTOR, A LITTLE OVER FOURTEEN " ... view more
The Keyes Company
Mobile: 1-954-410-9358Send Email Website Agent Listings Driving Directions
" Whether a first-time buyer, seasoned homeowner, or multi-property investor, the team at The Keyes Company is your go-to resource for all things real estate. Family-owned and in business since 1926, The Keyes Company has grown across the state of Florida. We have captured accolades such as bein" ... view more
Keller Wiiliams Realty Partners SW
Mobile: 954-702-6347 Office: 954-237-0400Send Email Website Agent Listings Driving Directions
" Love what you do, and never work a day in your life... Roseline began her career in the Banking and Mortgage industry while in college, where she graduated with an accounting degree. She discovered her passion for Real Estate while working in the M" ... view more