Escrow Forms

Downloadable Escrow Forms for Easy Access

Pathway Escrow offers a comprehensive collection of escrow forms for your convenience. Whether you're a buyer, seller, or real estate professional, these forms can help streamline the escrow process and ensure a smooth and successful transaction. From the standard escrow agreement to the Affidavit of Death of Joint Tenant, our forms are designed to provide the necessary information and documentation needed to complete your escrow process.

Pathway Escrow presents its library of forms and documents as a resource for its users. Please note that we cannot guarantee the enforceability of these documents.

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The Affidavit of Death of Joint Tenant is a legal document that proves the death of one of the joint tenants and transfers their ownership rights to the surviving tenant.

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The Affidavit of Death of Trustee informs authorities of a trustee’s death and protects the trust and its beneficiaries.

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A Grant Deed is a legal document used in real estate transactions to transfer property ownership from one party to another.

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Transfer ownership of real property with an Inter-Spousal Transfer Grant Deed. Commonly used in divorce settlements or gifts between spouses.

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The Los Angeles DWP Certificate of Compliance verifies compliance with city water conservation regulations, protecting the city’s water supply and promoting sustainable usage.

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Get an estimate of your proceeds from property sale with a Net Sheet. See the impact of expenses like commissions, escrow fees, and taxes.

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The “Open an Escrow Form” is a document used by individuals or businesses who wish …

A Statement of Information provides essential details about a property in the escrow process. It includes information about the property’s address, owner, and any liens or encumbrances.

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A Preliminary Change of Ownership Report, or PCOR, is a form used to report changes in property ownership in California for proper tax assessment.

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A Substitution of Trustee and Full Reconveyance transfers trustee responsibilities and returns property ownership to the original owner in escrow.

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The forms and documents available on this site should not be used as a replacement for legal advice from a qualified attorney. For any questions regarding the appropriate forms for your transaction or for assistance with document preparation, please seek professional advice.