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Closing on Your Home

Most sellers opt to pre-sign documents with their attorney so that they do not have to attend the closing. During your pre-signing appointment, your attorney will walk you through all the documents that you need to sign.

The buyer will typically attend the closing in-person, particularly if they have a loan. Closing generally takes 1-2 hours, and once they have signed the last document, your home is now theirs!

After the closing, you’ll receive a Settlement Statement from your attorney detailing your final take-home amount after closing costs. You can expect to receive the proceeds from your sale that day.

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