Do you need a San Diego County Transaction Coordinator?
When you are a transaction coordinator, you suddenly become extremely knowledgeable about the California Association of Realtors® CAR forms and which forms are usually associated with a transaction. It can be confusing because the forms are updated regularly and often new forms are merged with old ones so that less paperwork can ultimately be involved in the transaction.
For example, did you know that the Smoke Detector and Water Heater Statement of Compliance (WHD) is not needed if you are using the latest version of the Transfer Disclosure Statement (TDS)? Maybe you knew that and maybe you didn’t.
It’s tough to balance it all and keep up with all of the changes to the California Association of Realtors® CAR forms and contracts.
San Diego Transaction Coordinators Can Help You.
At Transaction 911, we actively make use of the Disclosure Charts brought to you by the California Association of Realtors® legal team in order to keep up with the ongoing changes to the state forms and contracts. That’s how we can help you save time and money.
While we generate disclosures, make contact with the other agent or San Diego transaction coordinator, and send paperwork to your client for signature, you can be out in the field—taking listings, showing property, attending real estate classes, conferences, and network events. The average file takes twenty hours to complete, think what you can do with those twenty hours. Just think how many new real estate transactions you can put into your pipeline.
And, when you do, Transaction 911 will be there every step of the way: to open your escrow, to order your disclosures, to prepare your state compliant transaction files. So, when you take your next listing or open your next escrow, please give us a call.
You’ll be glad you did!