1031 Exchange

We offer 1031  Exchange services to real estate investors. IRC Section 1031, a properly structured 1031 exchange allows an investor to sell a property, to reinvest the proceeds in a new property and to defer all capital gain taxes. IRC Section 1031 (a)(1) states: “No gain or loss shall be recognized on the exchange of […]

Record Documents At The Courthouse

Record documents at the courthouse: It is our responsibility to make sure all documents are properly recorded in the courthouse, such as the new deed and mortgage. We also ascertain the release of any existing liens on the property.

Closing:

 Closing: At closing, all documents are explained to all parties prior to signing. Settlement lasts approximately one hour. After closing, we disburse all the monies collected at settlement and pay vendors such as the termite company and surveyor. We also pay off and release the existing mortgages on the property and prepare the loan documents […]

Loan documents for closing:

Loan documents for closing: We also coordinate with the mortgage lender to receive the loan documents for closing. Once received in our office, we review all forms and comply with the lender requirements for closing. With these documents, we are then able to complete the HUD-1 Settlement Statement. This settlement statement is one of the […]

Title insurance policy:

 Title insurance policy: We prepare the insurance commitment for the lender’s title insurance policy and issue both owner’s and lender’s coverage. There are two types of Title Insurance: Lender’s, which is required by the mortgage company, and protects the lender’s investment in the property; and Owner’s, which may be purchased at settlement for the benefit […]

Property taxes:

Property taxes: We verify with the local or state taxing authority that the property taxes have been paid. Similarly, we check with the water company and Homeowners Association to confirm that all payments are current. On the HUD-1 Settlement statement, we will prorate the amounts based on the billing period and the settlement date.

Survey:

Survey: Most lenders require a survey, or house location drawing of the property. We will order a survey, with the buyer’s authorization, and review for any potential problems. Should any issues arise on the survey, we will notify the real estate agent, lender and the new buyer immediately. The survey will be given to the […]