You need to talk with your escrow officer to find out when it will close, or what remains to be completed for close of escrow (COE).
The most common reason for escrow delays are buyer financing. Your Realtor should be talking with the buyer's Realtor to find out the status of the financing. Also, in most cases, at 80 days, the only thing that is a problem is an underwriting question.
I am puzzled because you write that you are contacting the listing agent ....if you are the seller then the listing agent is your agent. The agent representing the buyer is the buyer's agent.
You might want to re-post with an update if you do not receive satisfactory answers.
You surely have the phone number for your own loan officer right? While you're on the line with them, ask for the name & phone number of the Escrow officer. They know what's going on because they are key players in any transaction.
I hope you get the information you need from either one of them.
Sorry to hear that you are having problems with your escrow.
Have you checked with your lender when your loan is going to reset?
Talk to your lender if you haven't.
You can talk to escrow directly, you are paying for their services.
How long did your Sales contract state you have to close?
Is it a short sale or REO?
Talk to your agents local board of RealtorsÂ® and tell them that you are not getting any representation.
Keep us posted on your situation.
I know being in escrow without issues is still stressful, but be strong.
Jes Sierra, B.Sc.
Find out about the finances and contact the bank.
Ask for the BIC Broker IN Charge, or manager.
Why did you select this particular broker, if it because he is popular, then consider this, how much time does he really have to give you?
What about the escrow co., contact them.
You can file a complaint with the realestate commission.
It really bugs me to hear things like this, good luck to you.
Depending on how closings are done in CA, you should also be able to get the info from the closing attorney's office. In SC, the buyer pays the attorney's fee, so as the buyer's "employee", they might actually be quicker in getting back to you with information. This may not be how it is done in your state, though.