It took many weeks to get there, but you've made it to closing day and soon you'll be a homeowner! Here's how closings typically work.
Through your realtors, you and the seller will agree on where the closing will take place. Typically, you'll meet at the office of either your attorney or the seller's attorney.
Among the people you may see around the table are:
Over the course of approximately an hour or so, you, the seller, and your lender will perform all the tasks required to legally transfer ownership of the property you're buying:
At the closing, you'll review, sign, and/or initial the following documents: