Buying From Us

You can buy your next property in two ways: In-House Notary Close and Title Company Close.  Both ways are simple with slightly different steps along the way.  We recommend In-House Closings on properties less than $10,000 because the cost to you, the buyer, is lower.  We charge a $250 document fee on In-House Closings, and that’s it.  That said, if you need title insurance, a Title Company Close is definitely the way to go. Typical buyer title company fees can be over $1,000.  If using a title company of your choice, we charge a $250 closing document fee in addition to the title company buyer fees. There are no closing fees charged by us for Title Company Close when using our recommended title company – you are just responsible for buyer fees billed by the title company.

In-House Notary Close

$0-$10,000

Reserve your Property.

Click the “Reserve Your Property” button and enter your payment information to reserve and commit to purchasing the property.  The $500 deposit payment is not refundable and is applied to your purchase costs and down payment.  When you submit the nonrefundable deposit, we spend a lot of time drawing up paperwork and removing the property from our marketing materials.  We take your deposit seriously and take the property off the market!

Sign Purchase Documents

Once your nonrefundable deposit is received, we will contact you within 48 hours with additional documents including:

  • Evidence of our current ownership of the property in the form of either a signed deed by the previous owner or a copy of the recorded deed in our name.
  • A new deed with your information to review and confirm accuracy.
  • Payment instructions for completing the payment process.

You will need to confirm your satisfaction with the new deed as well as pay the balance owed on the down payment or in-full payment.

Send Documents to County for Recording

Lastly, we will send the appropriate documents to the County for Recording the new deed in your name.  Within a week the county should have the documents and once they have recorded everything into your name they will place an official county stamp on the deed and forward it along to you for your records. It will usually take three weeks total before you receive this document.

Title Company Close

Greater than $10,000

Reserve your Property.

Click the “Reserve Your Property” button and enter your payment information to reserve and commit to purchasing the property.  The $500 deposit payment is not refundable and is applied to your purchase costs and down payment.  When you submit the nonrefundable deposit, we spend a lot of time drawing up paperwork and removing the property from our marketing materials.  We take your deposit seriously and take the property off the market!

Sign Purchase Agreement

Once your deposit is received, we will contact you within 48 hours with additional documents including:

  • Purchase Agreement between you (the Buyer) and our company (the Seller).
  • A Seller Financing Addendum will also be included if purchasing with financing.

The contracts we use for this process are easy-to-read agreements which spell out the particulars of the deal, such as the Buyer, Seller, Purchase Price, Place of Closing, and Closing Date. Any amendments to the language of the agreement will be taken into consideration and discussed between both parties before the agreement is finalized. Once this agreement is finalized, however, we will sign it and e-mail it back to you for your signature. These documents will be forwarded on to the title company so they can begin work.

Opening Escrow

Once the title company has received the contracts they will begin doing all of the requisite due diligence necessary to properly convey the property from our company to you, while guaranteeing clear and marketable title for the land. This process will include escrowing the funds from you (The Buyer), and drafting a new deed to be signed by our Company (The Seller). As we have usually recently closed on the property, using our recommended title company usually means the escrow process will be shorter than normal because they have already done most all the work required to insure clear title. However, the process still often takes two to three weeks. Once completed, the property will be deeded into your name and you will officially be registered as the new owner.

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