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Closing and title services by IdeaCOM

Corporate, Closing and Title

  • Trust preparation
  • New corporations to acquire properties
  • Pre-sale contracts
  • Buy-sell contracts
  • Fusion and subdivision of properties
  • Notary service oversight (more…)

Special Considerations for Closing and Conveyance

Important notes:

  • Typically ALL closing costs are paid by the buyer, each operation differs in terms of the costs, but it can be a considerable amount and should always be investigated before closing
  • ALL paperwork (the deed, lien search, etc.) should be reviewed by a notary and a lawyer before laying down any money (more…)

Details on Closing Costs

The WHAT, WHY and HOW of closing costs…..

Estimated Closing Costs is a list of the standard charges involved in the transfer of the rights in the property purchased in Mexico. The total cost can vary depending upon the circumstances. It is generally prudent, however, for the buyer to set aside 3% to 14% of his budget to pay these costs. (more…)

Benefits for Realtors and Developers – Title Insurance

  • Presence of Stewart services provides security, transparency and eases transaction worries for all parties
  • Reduces administrative burden for Realtor or Developer
  • Establishes standardized closing process
  • Escrow reduces the liabilities of handling client’s funds and ensures that commissions will be paid (more…)

Escrow and Closing Services

Escrow; Third Party Security

When purchasing a property one of the most important issues to address for both a buyer and seller is how and under what conditions the funds will be safely transferred. In an international transaction this issue is even more important as it is often complicated, as both the purchaser and seller may not be familiar or comfortable having funds deposited in an unfamiliar jurisdiction, or with an unfamiliar attorney or bank. (more…)

Understanding the Closing Process Flow

Understanding the Closing Process Flow

Hiring a professional firm to handle your closing process is the first step, but do you know what else you need to ensure a successful closing?

A new country means a whole new set of rules when it comes to real estate transactions. The keys to a successful closing are communication, organization and professional help. (more…)

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