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Selling your home is a complicated process. Once we are retained to handle the settlement, we will send you our Seller Information Letter, which will include an Authorization for the title company to obtain financial information and a Seller Information Sheet, which provides the information we need to begin the process. You may download these forms here and return them to us via email (click here to get our email address) or via fax at (410) 286-8689.. If you have an existing Owner’s Title Policy, please provide it so that we may give the Purchaser a Re-Issue rate on their policy/ies.

Detailed financial information must be provided to the title company which will allow us to obtain payoff information for any liens filed against the property. The liens, or potential liens, which effect the sale include the mortgage, HELOCS, HOA or condominium fees or special assessments, unpaid taxes or taxes which may be assessed by the IRS or State against the proceeds of sale. Real Estate transactions are subject to numerous tax regulations. Please see the tabs at left for important information.

Once you have a transaction in process, you are provided with a user name and password which will give you 24/7 access to the settlement process and closing documents. You can access our Transaction and Document Management System here or from our home page.

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