How does the escrow process work?

The escrow is a depository for all monies, instructions, and documents necessary for the purchase of your home. These include your funds for down payment, your Lender’s funds, and documents for the new loan. Generally, the Buyer deposits a down payment with the escrow holder, and the Seller deposits the deed and any other necessary papers with the escrow holder. Prior to close of escrow, the Buyer deposits the funds required and agreed upon by the parties to the sale with the escrow holder. The Buyer instructs the escrow holder to deliver monies to the Seller when the escrow holder:

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