ORLANDO, FLORIDA - 09-13-2017 (Press Release Jet) --
The Closing Agent, a real estate title, settlement, and escrow company powered by Barry Miller Law, has been fielding inquiries regarding potential problems arising in connection with Hurricane Irma and existing homes currently under contract. Many real estate agents and consumers that are under contract for a home have many questions as to how this storm may affect their transaction.
“Real estate closings are being affected. Many lenders have stopped funding this week. Buyers cannot conduct their inspections. Consumers want to know about repairs, insurance and if a party can try to terminate a contract as a result of the hurricane,” said attorney Barry L. Miller. Our staff and attorneys are assisting consumers with these questions and concerns with a free consultation.
A link to the eight most common questions is provided below for review.
About The Closing Agent: The Closing Agent is a real estate settlement and escrow company based in Orlando, FL. Founded in 2003, by Barry L. Miller, The Closing Agent is one of the largest independently owned title companies in Central Florida with five area offices and has been serving central Florida for over 25 years. The Closing Agent was named in 2015 and 2016 as one of the top 100 businesses by ICIC Inner City and featured in Fortune magazine.
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