needs to be done. Closing Work There is a lot of it!
are paper heavy. There are stacks of papers to sign and review. The problem is
who is going to prepare all those documents and make sure they are all done properly?
The answer is your settlement professionals. You will need
to have someone to take care of a host of tasks, including:
you can see, a lot goes into a settlement. It isn't just a contract and loan application.
Most first-time buyers are amazed at the sheer amount of paperwork that is produced
for one closing, and even seasoned veterans are amazed each time they sit down
at the settlement table. Prepare to be signing for a long time.
There is a key...
The key to a successful closing
is to know what you are signing and to have qualified counsel. Since your home
is your largest single asset, it pays to have someone on your side keeping your
best interests at heart. That may mean a qualified real estate attorney or/and
a buyer broker. It depends on your needs. You will also need to be able to find
qualified home inspectors to look for damage.
the Right Ones
You need professionals who know what
they are doing and who can work for you.
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