It's official - realtors and home buyers can NOW send earnest money deposits electronically and securely to Federal Title & Escrow Company with ZOCCAM!
This is a leading banking application for smart phones that deposits and transfers escrow money instantly, any time, day or night- from your pocket!
Simply take a picture of the front and back of your earnest money deposit check, select Federal Title & Escrow Company's escrow account, confirm the information to be accurate, then select send. The agent and home buyer will be immediately notified that the escrow money deposit was received.
This is a game changer for agents and home buyers because it saves time, money, and is hassle free with just a simple click of an app on your smart phone. Oh and it's FREE, SAFE, and SECURE!
ZOCCAM doesn’t contain or hold any financial account information, and all content is encrypted and sent using state-of-the-art security techniques that ensure every client’s non-public personal information is protected.
View this short ZOCCAM demonstration, download the app, and begin to use today!
This week we’re venturing in the super walkable Columbia Heights neighborhood to check out a newly constructed 2BR / 2BA condo, the last unit for sale in a rowhouse conversion project. It’s listed for $649,000.
Dark hardwood flooring, exposed brick and quartz countertops are some of the special design features offered in this bright unit that lets in lots of sunlight through large windows. The master bathroom features a marbled-topped vanity and luxurious rain shower head.
Assuming a homebuyer puts down 20 percent on a conventional loan, her cash to close number will be approximately $148,130.61. Monthly payments will then be around $3,253.75, which also includes the HOA fee of $190. For a complete picture of cash-to-close, including the seller’s net proceeds from this home-sale scenario, check out the Close It! Web version or download the free Close It! iOS app.
Two former Olympians now working in D.C. commercial real estate, a banner war in Southwest, high hopes for D.C.'s spring real estate market and more in this week's top stories.
The likely inspiration for this sudden order, according to one resident, was a rush of political banners in the past few months, starting with a “Trump: Make America Great Again” flag that appeared shortly after last November’s election.
Their income enables them to afford a monthly mortgage, although likely not a down payment, for a home.
Some of the factors that survey respondents said will contribute to a busier spring include an improved job market, more first-time homebuyers entering the market, more qualified buyers.
The D.C. area tops the list for the largest increase in black homeownership between 1990 and 2015, with a 9.6 percent rise.
Commercial real estate is a competitive industry, and some of the top players in the DC market have backgrounds in high-level sports that set them up for high-stakes dealing.
This week we’re heading over to the D.C. side of Chevy Chase to check out a spacious 2BR / 1.5BA townhouse-style condo on Connecticut Avenue. It’s listed for $525,000 with an open house scheduled for this Sunday.
In addition to an open floor plan with 10-foot ceilings, this unit features a beautiful wood burning, brick fireplace and a fully renovated kitchen with breakfast bar. A private balcony looks onto a quiet, residential street, but it’s just a short walk away to Metro as well as the shops like Politics and Prose and restaurants like Comet Ping Pong.
Assuming a homebuyer puts down 20 percent on a conventional loan, her cash to close number will be approximately $121,149.89. Monthly payments will then be around $2,721.16, which also includes the HOA fee of $251. For a complete picture of cash-to-close, including the seller’s net proceeds from this home-sale scenario, check out the Close It! Web version or download the free Close It! iOS app.
Is living in D.C. worth it for Millennials? Are robots taking over the home construction business? Why should you hire a real estate attorney anyway? All this and more in this week's favorite stories.
Humans pick up where the robots leave off, adding details to more-customized pieces and moving and packing the products to be shipped to development sites.
Some say a home in this market will sell itself. That’s true, but only if it’s priced strategically, staged well, photographed professionally and marketed properly.
What needs to happen for developers to keep Millennials in the District is to construct housing that will appeal to the values of those who are trying to build a family: good schools, low-cost housing, and more space.
Investors use 1031 exchanges as a way to defer the tax from any capital gains earned through the sale of a property, so long as the money is immediately used to purchase another asset.
Attorneys are the only professionals involved in the real estate transaction who represent you and are ethically bound to act in your interest.