Is it time to call?

Discussion in 'Purchasing DVC' started by brelyt, Jul 9, 2013.

  1. brelyt

    brelyt Earning My Ears

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    We received notice from Fidelity that we passed ROFR on June 24. We have not yet received our closing documents from the title company (First American?). When should I start calling Fidelity/First American?
     
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  3. WebmasterDoc

    WebmasterDoc Administrator Administrator

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    June 25!

    If you have been informed by the broker that you passed ROFR, you should have received closing documents in a timely fashion. It has now been over 2 weeks. I'd certainly call at least your broker to ask about the delay.
     
  4. OldGrizzly57

    OldGrizzly57 Grumpy Old Bear!

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    Call or email Fidelity. They will have a better chance of getting you "moved up" in the title company's queue.

    Griz
     
  5. PaxsMom

    PaxsMom Mouseketeer

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    I would call.. this wait time is ridiculous. I waited a week for my closing docs from them. I just saw that my name is spelled wrong on our deed!!!! How could they make a mistake like that!!
     
  6. collections

    collections Mouseketeer

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    I waited 12 days for my closing documents from First American, and when they finally arrived, my last name was spelled wrong 3 different ways on the forms. I received the documents with errors on a Friday, corrected copies the following Monday.
     
  7. ImagineerTHAT

    ImagineerTHAT Imaginerd

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    I kept in touch with my title company from ROFR passing to closing docs. Due to the 4th holiday, it took exactly a week to get them. I pushed them along the way, as I will do if the seller delays.

    2 weeks is way too long.
     
  8. brelyt

    brelyt Earning My Ears

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    I called Fidelity this morning. Sharon emailed First American. They responded back within 5 minutes that (amazingly) they were planning to send the documents this afternoon. I got them about 30 minutes later. Everything looked correct, luckily.

    Moral of the story, stay on them if you want faster response times.
     

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