To whom it may concern, please let this serve as a
review and praise for the amazing staff at California
This is my second home purchase and first in
California, which can be a bit nerve-racking.
It is with my most sincere gratitude that I thank
Ms. Caress Zamora, who made this stressful time for
me absolutely easy and painless.
Throughout the entire process she has kept me
informed every step of the way and was always very
professional and courteous. Never once have I felt like
I was not a priority. Furthermore, having had to do
most of this while I was away on business, the
attention and expediency with which the staff
responded was impressive. I am confident that if I
purchase another home here in San Diego I will
absolutely insist on using California Preferred
Again, I’d like to extend my sincerest gratitude to
Ms. Caress Zamora, Ms.
Jennifer Olson, and the entire team at California
Preferred Escrow for making this home buying experience wonderful!
At California Preferred Escrow, our goal is to provide quality service to Sellers, Buyers, Real Estate Professionals, and Lending Institutions.
We are dedicated professionals that value our role in your real estate transaction. Efficient file management is achieved by having the commitment to personalizing our service to match your client's needs and goals.
We understand that the process of escrow can feel overwhelming with many parties involved in a single transaction. Communication is pivotal in earning the trust and confidence of our most valuable asset- our clients.
What is Escrow?
An escrow is a deposit of funds, a deed or other instrument by one party for the delivery to another party upon completion of a specific condition or event. It is an independent neutral account by which the interests of all parties to the transaction are protected. When opening an escrow, the buyer and seller of a piece of property establish terms and conditions for the transfer of ownership of that property. These terms and conditions are given to a third, impartial party known as the escrow holder. The escrow holder has the responsibility of seeing that the terms are carried out. The escrow is a "storehouse" for all monies, instructions and documents necessary for the sale of your home. This includes the buyer providing funds for a down payment, and the seller depositing the deed and any other necessary papers.