Yes. In order to be eligible to purchase Escrow Shield Plus under applicable regulations, the Buyer must be domiciled in the U.S., and the Buyer must be formed under the laws of a state where the funding agreement has been registered with the applicable insurance regulators. These states include California, Delaware, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, Texas, and Washington; and the list may grow based on market demand. The Buyer must have a minimum of $25 million in assets in order to be eligible to enter into the contract. There is no minimum asset size required of the Seller.
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