What happens at the closing?
The real estate closing is the final stage in the process of buying a home. The closing is a meeting at which the buyer and seller, usually accompanied by their respective lawyers and real estate agents, complete the sale. At this meeting, the buyer usually makes all the required payments. The seller produces all documents necessary for the transfer of good—that is, marketable—title and delivers a deed that transfers the title to the buyer.
>>What happens at the closing?
>>What is the closing statement?
>>What are some of the key documents signed at the closing?
>>What are some financial aspects of the closing?
>>What are some typical closing costs?
>>There can’t possibly be any more closing fees, can there?
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