GTES - FAQs

Why does GTES offer an introduction to regulated services?

GTES are aware that Escrow procedures and Escrow services aren’t suited to every buyer or seller. With this in mind GTES are happy to introduce buyers and sellers to a regulated entity who will deal directly with the buyer or seller. GTES will charge a fee for the introduction to the regulated service and for each transaction thereafter, and will take no part in the transaction. It is for the buyer or seller to complete their own due diligence on the regulated entity. GTES hold no responsibility for any transaction taking place outside the control of GTES.

Why would I use an escrow company for my transaction?

Here’s 4 reasons why you should use Global Title And Escrow Services LLC (GTES):

  1. Your purchase is insured and buyer funds are protected.
  2. A licensed attorney manages your transaction.
  3. Your purchase is 100% private.
  4. There’s no daily limit to what you can purchase.
What Escrow insurance does GTES have in place to protect me?

Global Title And Escrow Services (GTES) insures and protects each Escrow transaction for malpractice/theft and error & omissions, making sure the buyers funds are protected, which gives the buyer and seller a level of comfort knowing their Escrow transaction is safe. Additional Escrow insurance coverage for the buyers funds can be provided upon request.

Why are the GTES procedures so important?

Global Title & Escrow Services LLC (GTES) have a strict policy regarding Escrow procedures. If either the buyer or the seller do not find the Escrow transaction procedure acceptable, GTES will not act as the escrow agent for either party. Click the GTES Procedure link found in the menus at the top and bottom of every page of this website to discover more.

What checks will be completed on me, before I can transact with GTES?

Prior to any Escrow transaction taking place with GTES, both the buyer and seller will undergo Know Your Client (KYC) checks, and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) checks in line with the GTES Anti-Money Laundering policy.

What fees do GTES charge?

1% Escrow fee for each Escrow transaction.

If a GTES client is introduced to a regulated entity there is an introduction fee for each transaction completed by the regulated entity introduced by GTES.

Global Title And Escrow Services LLC (GTES) reserve the right to change the fees charged. GTES fees will be discussed and clearly detailed in the transaction procedures before any transaction takes place.

Is there a limit to the number of daily Escrow transactions?

No.

Is there minimum or maximum size transaction that GTES will act as the escrow agent?

No. Global Title And Escrow Services LLC (GTES) reserve the right to decline a buyer or seller at anytime should the parameters of the transaction be deemed not acceptable to GTES.

I’m based outside of the US. Do I need a US bank account, because GTES is based in Florida?

No. If you haven’t got a suitable banking system in place to transact globally, Global Title And Escrow Services LLC (GTES) can connect you with a global foreign exchange company, who can facilitate global money transfers. There is a fee attached to all global transfers.

Who are GTES?

Global Title & Escrow Services LLC (GTES) are an escrow company based in Florida, USA.

Sumbit the form/application below to start onboarding with GTES.

IMPORTANT: Submit the onboarding form/application below, prior to submitting your KYC details. Once your onboarding form/application has been approved you may submit your KYC details, by completing the GTES KYC form within this website.