Sherri Bradley   Escrow Officer   (530) 226-4404   [email protected]

 

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FIDELITY FAST FACTS BULLETINS

   

    01 - What Is Title Insurance? 
           (Spanish version)
    02 - What Is Life of an Escrow
           (Spanish version)
    03 - What Is Proposition 90?
           (Spanish version)
    04 - Steps for a Successful Escrow 
           (Spanish version)
    05 - What Is Escrow?
           (Spanish version)
    06 - Escrow Services
           (Spanish version)
    07 - Real Estate Document Definitions & Abbreviations
           (Spanish version)
    08 - Community Property With Right of Survivorship
           (Spanish version)
    09 - What is A Supplemental Tax Assessment?
           (Spanish version)
    10 - What is A Sub-Escrow Fee?
           (Spanish version)
    11 - Looking For Buyers?
           (Spanish version)
    12 - Remodeling Cost vs. Resale
           (Spanish version)
    13 - Reasons For Title Insurance 
           (Spanish version)
    14 - Tips to the Seller
           (Spanish version)
    15 - What Is Payoff?
    16 - California’s No. 1 Title Company
    17 - Common Title Obstacles
    18 - Change of Ownership Tax Assessment Reappraisal
    19 - If It’s A Matter of Trust
    20 - Headlines That Work!
    21 - The Truth About Mello-Roos
    22 - Title Policies
           (Spanish version)
    23 - Write in “Fidelity”
    24 - Tax Calendar Year
    25 - Notice of Default Time Structure
    26 - California Non-Judicial Foreclosure Flow Chart
    27 - Life Of A Title Search
           (Spanish version)
    28 - The Loan Process
    29 - Understanding Subdivision Public Reports
    30 - Methods of Holding Title
           (Spanish version)
    31 - Understanding Required Reporting to the I.R.S.
    32 - Understanding PUD and Condominium Ownership
    33 - ALTA Homeowner’s Policy 
 
   34 - The Interim Binder
    35 - Getting Organized at Tax Time May Save Time & Money
    36 - Farming for Success
           (Spanish version)
    37 - Uninsured Deeds
    38 - Statement of Information
    39 - What is Proposition 13?
    40 - Requirements for Insuring Trusts
    41 - What Are Propositions 60 & 90?
    42 - Fast Facts #42 What is a 1031 Exchange?
    43 - Fast Facts #43 Steps for Buying a Home
    44 - First Time Home Buyer Tips
           (Spanish version)
    45 - Should I Rent or Buy?
    46 - El Seguro Del Título
    47 - What is a Preliminary Report?
           (Spanish version)
    48 - How Can I Sell My Home For More Money?
    49 - What Do I Have to Disclose to they Buyer?
    50 - How Long Should Records be Saved?
    51 - 7 Ways to Accumulate a Down Payment
    52 - Moving Day Countdown
    53 - Home Maintenance Checkup
    54 - What is a FICO?
    55 - Vida de Escrow
    56 - How Much House Can I Afford?
    57 - What is a Homestead?
    58 - Capital Gains & Losses
    59 - Terms and Loans
    60 - Buying vs. Renting
    61 - Common Real Estate Tax Deductions
    62 - CLOSING COSTS
    63 - Listing to Closing
    64 - CHOOSING A REALTOR
    65 - Common Escrow Questions
    66 - Rentan o Vendan?
    67 - Prepare your Home for a Quick Sale
    68 - Dangers of Overpricing Your Home
    69 - Earthquake Preparedness
    70 - Joint Tenants vs.Community Property
    71 - Reappraisal Exclusion for Seniors
    72 - IMPORTANT ESCROW TERMS
    73 - Probate Sale Process
    74 - Important Easement Information
    75 - Frequently Asked Questions About LEAD PAINT
    76 - Understanding Foreclosure
    77 - Benefits of New Tax Laws
    78 - Disclosure Reports
    79 - How Short Payoffs and Foreclosures are Taxed
    80 - The Listing Presentation
    81 - Explanation of Closing Costs
    82 - What is APR?
    83 - Buyers & Sellers Costs
    84 - The Notary Public
    85 - Time Management
    86 - What is a Land Contract?
    87 - What is an AITD?
    88 - What is a Reverse Mortgage?
    89 - Preliminary Report Information
    90 - Seller Disclosures
    91 - Los Angeles County Use Codes
    92 - Documentary Transfer Tax Exemptions
    93 - What Is a Lis Pendens?
    94 - Special Assessments
    95 - Things That May Affect Interest Rates
    96 - Section 529 Plans
    97 - Shorten Your Mortgage Term
    98 - Los Angeles County Building and Safety Offices
    99 - Financing Terms
  100 - 10 Often Overlooked Real Estate Tax Deductions
  101 - Cities that Require Pre-Sale Inspection Reports
  102 - The Appraisal
  103 - Tax Law AB 2065
  104 - What You Need to Know About the New C.A.R. Purchase Agreement
  105 - Escrow Delays
  106 - REQUEST FOR BIRTH OR DEATH RECORDS
  107 - Fidelity Company Philosophy
  108 - Endorsements
  109 - How to Choosea Realtor
  110 - Windows Shortcuts
  111 - Home Buying Mistake
  112 - CA Withholding
  113 - Binder
  114 - County & CityTransferTaxes
  115 - Notary Acknowledgements
  116 - AB1034 Housing Enforcement
  117 - Zoning Regulations
  118 - Plat Map
  119 -
Domestic Partnership
  128 - Reverse Mtg Process

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