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Property taxes were paid during probate and that is clear.

Were those taxes paid by the estate, or were they paid by the escrow company?

I am confused by the difference of property taxes credited to the buyer and property taxes paid in escrow. The tax bill that hasn't been issued covers July to December. A credit for the taxes from July to close of escrow will be credited to the buyer.

I guess I was confused by what you meant when you said 'property taxes paid in escrow'. I thought you were talking about mortgage escrow, but apparently you are talking about escrow for the sale? For anything done by the escrow company, it should be documented on the HUD-1, so what does the HUD-1 say? Which lines are the property taxes documented on?

AJ
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