After completing all the crucial steps of purchasing a home, we are finally ready to close. Closing is referred to as signing the mortgage and deed documents. This is also when you get the property deed and the keys to the house and officially become a homeowner.
The closing process, however, can be challenging and confusing. Generally, many people attend the closing, and you are likely paying all those people for their services throughout your home buying journey. I recommend staying calm and focused. Listen to your attorney and if there is anything you don’t understand, ask questions. It is imperative that you not sign anything without understanding it first.
When the attorney gives you the documents to sign, you want to ensure that everything agreed upon is there. For example, the terms, rates, payments, and expected of each party are correct. Once you are satisfied, it is time to move forward, sign, and get the keys to your home.
The home buying experience is very individual and complex for everyone, and Martino Realty Group professionals are here to guide you through the process. To get a customized, comprehensive consultation, contact us at email@example.com or follow us on Instagram at Martino Realty Group.