What Really Happens During and After ClosingBy Debbie Wilson
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Depending upon where you live, your new home loan closing will either take place in a closing agent's office, or a closing agent will come to you. In either case, closing represents that time when final documents are signed, required funds are collected, and loan disbursements become official. This might seem like a truly nerve shattering moment in time, but knowing the closing steps just might allow you to get the job done with peace of mind.
Closing Steps: What You Should KnowWhile it is true that there are a multitude of items to consider when purchasing your new home loan, what occurs during and after the closing can be just as important, if not more. And although each mortgage can be very different, there are some important points to consider:
Let It CloseNow is the perfect time to make your home ownership dream a reality. With so many beautiful homes on the market today, you can't help but find the perfect one for you and your lifestyle. So don't let a fear of the new home loan closing process scare you away. Just be sure to do your research before signing on the dotted line. Only then can you live your "home sweet home" dream ever after.
About the Author
Debbie Wilson owns and operates a lakeside resort. Her previous experience includes profitability consulting for a national healthcare company. Debbie holds a B.A. in Business Management with a minor in Physical Education.
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