Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer, an experienced investor, or a real estate professional, SandyGadow.com will give you comprehensive and easy-to-understand information you can use to help successfully open–and close–your real estate deal.
SandyGadow.com is a one-stop resource to help simplify your real estate transaction–from the Purchase Agreement, Contingencies and Inspections, Mortgages, Closing Costs, Title Insurance, Liens and Easements, Holding Title, and Taxes, to the steps necessary for a stress-free closing.
Sandy is a freelance reporter and columnist for The Washington Post, and covers current real estate topics and offers practical advice every homeowner can use. With over 20 years experience in real estate, Sandy is a former escrow and title officer, an author, and a licensed sales associate. Sandy is a member of the National Association of Real Estate Editors, the National Association of Realtors, and serves on the advisory council for the Escrow Career Center.
Her best-selling book, The Complete Guide to Your Real Estate Closing is considered “the bible of escrow” and is used nationwide as an essential guide to closing a real estate transaction. Written for the layperson but detailed enough for the experienced professional, it contains sample forms and instructions in a step-by-step format everyone can understand.
From negotiating the Purchase Agreement to signing the Closing Documents, SandyGadow.com gives you the resources and easy-to-follow advice you need to make sure your purchase or sale goes smoothly–and hopefully save you money in the process.
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The 2016 tax year officially opened Jan. 19 when the Internal Revenue Service started accepting 2015 tax returns. Despite rumors that several valuable homeowner deductions might be eliminated or modified, taxpayers are in luck this year. In mid-December, Congress passed … Continue reading →