Compte séquestre

Un compte séquestre est un compte de tiers qui détient des fonds pendant une transaction. En général, les fonds sont conservés jusqu'à ce que toutes les obligations contractuelles aient été remplies par les parties. Une fois l'accord obtenu, le compte séquestre libère les fonds qu'il a libérés de l'acheteur au vendeur.

The use of escrow accounts is common in the world of investment and in particular real estate.

Typically in real estate, when purchasing a property with financing, the down payment is held in an escrow account. Afterward, the property goes through inspections and a title search. If the property is approved by the title search and inspection then the funds will be released from escrow to the seller.

If the property fails to get approval for any reason then funds will be returned to the buyer as part of an appraisal contingency. Both the appraisal contingency clause in a contract and the use of an escrow account protect buyers and mortgage providers.

Occasionally escrow is used for other deals, such as the purchase of stocks or luxury goods. Company acquisitions, for example, are typically done using an escrow account. Sometimes online transactions are done using a form of online escrow, such as PayPal or others. The purpose is to guarantee the authenticity and sometimes the value of the product in question.

There is generally a small fee associated with using an escrow account. Despite the fee, using an escrow account along with an appraisal contingency is highly recommended when buying a property.

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