My summer home is at Crosswater in Sunriver, just south of you...to answer your question, my escrows usually take 30 days give or take. That's average unless something comes up with repairs, etc...but I've never had anything go over 40 days.
The typical time frame is usually around 30-45 days from accepted offer to close. I have closed some deals in 2 weeks, but typically about 30-45 days. Are you working with an agent? If not and you need help searching then please let me know and I would be happy to help you with your search, and email you listings that match your search criteria. Please let me know.
Selena McNeill, Broker
Century 21 Gold Country Realty
Some underwriters are presently 'snowed' such that underwriting may be 3 weeks...so if entering a contract plan for no more than 60 days....
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I should add to my answer below that I've been fortunate not to have been involved in any short sales which the other answers are addressing. I've done bank owned properties and relocation properties but even those were completed in 5 weeks or less. Short sales just seem to be a huge pain for everyone involved mainly because the banks are so overwhelmed they can't keep up.
First, is it a cash sale or is the buyer using some type of financing. Cash sales can often be closed in one-to-two weeks - depending upon items in the contract.
Second, is the property vacant or is it occupied? Sometimes a month is required because the seller - or a tenant - needs to vacate first.
Third, what issues arise upon having a professional home inspection performed? If the property is in excellent condition there will be fewer problems to resolve - hence, usually quicker to remedy.
Fourth, are there any problems with title? Liens, judgments, etc. If there are, sometimes it takes longer than 30 days to resolve the problems.
For most sales, thirty days is standard.
Farah de verteuil
Real Estate Sales Specialist