Danielle Minde is a highly motivated Closing Agent with a diverse background and a commitment to excellence. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Business from Iowa State University, showcasing her dedication to learning and personal development across a wide range of fields. In recent years, Danielle has honed her expertise in real estate, making her a valuable addition to the RealClear Settlement team.
Danielle has been with the company since 2023 and is excited about the opportunities that lie ahead, particularly the chance to collaborate with a diverse group of people and the immense potential that RealClear Settlement embodies.
In her role as a Closing Agent, Danielle is responsible for ensuring a seamless, efficient, and well-communicated closing administrative process for all files. Her organizational skills and efficiency are key assets that contribute to the smooth operation of the closing process. Additionally, Danielle’s commitment to bringing humor to the closing table adds a touch of positivity to what can be a stressful day for clients, making their experience more enjoyable.
Danielle is dedicated to her role at RealClear Settlement and looks forward to contributing to future milestones.
*Upon execution of the Closing and Services Contract, the seller or buyer agree to allow RealClear Settlement to perform duties as a closing agent or transaction closer only. In the event that the closing gets delayed or there is an error in the accuracy of the documentation and/or closing statement due to the fault of RealClear Settlement that results in a loss or damages, RealClear Settlement will refund the seller or buyer the exact amount of the closing fee if the closing has already taken place or will complete the remainder of their services for free if the closing has not taken place. If the closing or documents get delayed or inaccurate information is provided due to matters that are outside of RealClear Settlement’s control, it is understood that all fees, terms and conditions from the original contract will remain intact.