The Closing

Once you’re done with the hardest parts of the home purchasing process – finding a home, getting pre and final mortgage approval from a lender, arranging the offer, negotiating the sale of the home including last price and any conditions related with your purchase, you are at ready to close on your new home. However, what does that mean? What should to expect at your closing? Continue reading to discover all about closings – one of the last strides in the home buying process!

Closing Defined

Closing is the last step in the legitimate part of the home buying process. The closing is when the legal transfer of the home from the seller to you happens. A closing happens after both the seller and buyer have met every condition of the sale of the home. For instance, your closing will happen after an inspector has done the home inspection and after your lender has settled and finalized the mortgage terms. In every way that really matters, when you leave the closing you will be the official owner of your new home!

Closing Attendees

All those who need to sign the home purchase and title must go to the closing, if you are purchasing the home with a spouse, your partner needs to go to the closing. The seller will likewise be there, they can send their lawyer or a representative go to in their place, and in addition, a title attorney or other legal agent from the title company and closing escrow operator, if appropriate. You may likewise have an attorney who can represent you to the closing, however one isn’t required to bring an attorney.

Closings keep going as long as it takes you to read the required documentation and sign them – we recommend leaving yourself a lot of time (a few hours) on the day of your closing, so you can take as much time as you believe you read through all the legal disclosures and documents.

Closing Expectations

At the closing, it is advised to review and sign all of the documents needed to transfer ownership from seller to buyer. At the closing, you are expected to release or write any checks needed to settle the mortgage and home purchasing process. Your lender, as well as the title company, will be in contact with you preceding your closing to guarantee that you have the time you need to obtain any cash you will need at the actual closing.

If you have any inquiries at your closing, you should be comfortable with speaking out and making those inquiries. If any terms on paper don’t match the terms you have previously agreed upon with the seller, your lender or other parties, make sure to tell the closing agent this information. When you sign the legal documents at the closing, you have acknowledged the terms printed on the contracting documents, so ensure you ask the questions before signing. The closing means that you are finalizing your new home purchase before you sign anything, take time to review each document, as you will be legally bound by it.

You may have any inquiries in mind with regards to the home purchase processes, you can contact your mortgage guy Igor at (954) 613 1367.

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