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How we’re getting creative amid coronavirus pandemic: WTOP news radio

We’ve had to get creative with how we accommodate for buyers and sellers in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. WTOP news radio is the latest to pick up our story.

A home is not officially bought or sold until it the transaction is legally closed by a title company like us. Banks require that certain documents have wet-ink signatures to avoid fraud concerns and ensure the notes can be sold on the secondary market.

But how can a title company obtain wet-ink signatures while maintaining the health and safety of all parties and social distancing guidelines mandated by Maryland, Virginia and the District?

View the story: Home sale closings can be done remotely for social distancing, but there’s a catch

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