This guide will take you through the steps of the real estate closing process, from setting the date to understanding the closing disclosure and everything in between. We’ve answered the frequently asked questions from buyers and sellers to give you a better understanding of the process, and feel more in control at the closing table.
You’re about to embark on the home closing journey - it’s an exciting time, but can also be a very complicated one. Make sure you understand what to expect before you get started.
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Your home closing process is underway. Keep things on track by staying on top of the crucial steps in your home closing checklist.
Earnest money shows the seller that you are in an agreement to buy their house. Find out all about earnest money and how to ensure you don't lose it.
Closing costs are the expenses that buyers and sellers incur to finalize a transaction. Costs average between 2% and 5% of the mortgage amount.
Do I need to hire a real estate attorney? Find out if your state requires an attorney to sell your home and where to find top lawyers near you.
Congrats, the end is near! Make sure your closing reaches the finish line by knowing how to prepare yourself for the few final home closing steps.
Find out what you should expect on inspection day. Learn more about home inspection costs and how you can prepare your home.
A final home inspection walkthrough allows you to ensure that everything is in order before you move in after closing day.
The real estate process can be filled with unfamiliar terms. This easy-to-understand glossary is here to help you close with confidence.
Having questions during the real estate process is normal.
We're here to help.