How Much Are Escrow Fees in Las Vegas?

Dated: November 2 2020

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Escrow is a service provided by an organization independent of both the buyer, the seller, and their agents and the fees couls very.


Your title insurance provides protection for you from title problems that may become known after you close your transaction. Some of these common title issues we cover in this podcast that are important to you in escrow.

The escrow officer has three main roles:

1. Holding onto all the relevant sales documents

2. Handling the money (both deposit and full payment) as it moves from buyer to seller and making sure the money gets to the right place at the right stage of the sale process.

3. Handling the deed and title transfers that make the buyer the new legal owner of the property The total escrow fees are commonly 1-2% of the sale price, but can go higher. You have two opportunities for negotiation here: negotiating the fee itself (or shopping around for a different escrow organization), or negotiating how the fee is split between the buyer and seller.





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