California’s Premier Escrow Company Hollywood Escrow Moves to Inglewood

Hollywood Escrow recently moved their offices to the heart of Los Angeles, California in Inglewood, close to the new SoFi Stadium, a location considered convenient to many of their clients.

Inglewood, United States - November 9, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Finding a reliable, transparent and trustworthy escrow service in Los Angeles, California doesn’t have to be a challenge. Hollywood Escrow has extensive experience and a five-star reputation servicing the entire state with a wide range of different escrow services. In exciting news from the firm, Hollywood Escrow recently announced they have moved to a new convenient, first-class location in Inglewood, California from their former home in Hermosa Beach. The office is now in Los Angeles and quite central in an up and coming neighborhood, close to Forum and the exciting new SoFi Stadium.

The new address is Hollywood Escrow, 411 Isis Ave, 2nd Floor, Inglewood, CA 90301.

“We are very excited about our new location and the majority of clients appreciate the move. Our new office is right off the 405 freeway in between our westside and South Bay client base,” commented a spokesperson from Hollywood Escrow. “Either way we are ready to handle escrow needs wherever they may occur in Southern California, and will give every client our full attention!”

Some highlights of what Hollywood Escrow offers includes Residential Escrows, Commercial Escrows, Probate Escrows, Bulk Sale Escrows (business sale escrows, including asset sales), Liquor License Transfers, Holding Escrows, Ellis Act Relocation Escrows, Movie Production Escrows, and much more.

For any escrow questions the firm is always ready with a quick answer, and chances are they are able to cover it with their exceptional experience, knowledge and customer service.

Feedback for Hollywood Escrow continues to be passionate.

Jason H., from Los Angeles, recently said, “I have used Hollywood Escrow for three different real estate deals, and each time it was completely painless and headache free. I see no reason not to use them and whatever questions I have had they have answered with enthusiasm.”

For more information be sure to visit https://hollywoodescrowla.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Sally Rowshan
Email: Send Email
Organization: Hollywood Escrow
Address: 411 Isis Avenue Second Floor, Inglewood, California 90301, United States
Phone: +1-310-318-3300
Website: https://hollywoodescrowla.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88933287

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