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Heat in Winter

Heat in Winter

If you own a vacant property, remember to take steps in winter to maintain heat in the house or winterize the house prior to temperatures falling below freezing. If you’re moving out of a house over some period of days or weeks, remember to maintain the heat as you begin to spend less time at the house. Smart thermostats may allow you to monitor the heat remotely until you disconnect wi-fi services to the house. If you’re selling as-is to an investor, ask them if they’re able to check in every 1-2 days during winter while the house is unoccupied to make sure the heat is on. They might also be willing to help winterize the house once you no longer need to use the water, bathroom or furnace. 
Smart Thermostats are getting more popular and affordable. Check out this article on different smart thermostat brands & reviews from cnet.com.

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Money At Closing

Money At Closing

Sellers typically have two choices on how to receive their money at closing: title company check or wire transfer. Even if a buyer is paying cash, the title company performing the closing won’t have a bag of money at the table. A title company check works much like a regular check that you’ll bring to your bank and deposit with the funds usually being available in 2-3 days. A wire transfer typically costs a fee to have sent but has the advantage of delivering the funds into your account for immediate or next day use. If you’re getting a wire transfer, remember to work face to face with your bank and the title company to avoid any frauds or scams that are commonly initiated via scam emails.
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HELPING YOU THROUGH THIS PANDEMIC

We want to assure you that we take the health and well-being of our community, customers, and associates very seriously. Like you, we're closely monitoring the quickly developing effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. MN Gov Tim Walz’s Executive Order describes the real estate and construction fields as “critical” or “essential” services. While we take the health and safety of everyone seriously, we are open and available to help you through this challenging time.