What to Expect at Closing?

Congratulations! You’ve made it to the last step in the home selling process: the closing. What should you expect next?

Congratulations!  You’ve made it to the last step in the home selling process: the closing.  To get to this point in the process, there were several steps, including price negotiations, a home inspection, and an appraisal.

Now, it’s time to sign on the dotted line.  But, what should you expect at the closing?  First, the buyer will do a final walk-through of the property.  Then, you’ll move to the attorney’s office to sign the necessary paperwork.  What is the most important document you’ll sign?  Find out from Ronnie Aiosa of the Boswell Aiosa Group with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in the video below.

For more home seller resources, or to search for a real estate professional in your area, visit coldwellbanker.com today.

Victoria Keichinger is the Vice President, Brand Marketing for Coldwell Banker Real Estate. When she's not managing national media and advertising for the Coldwell Banker brand at work, she finds herself most at home in Jersey City, NJ with her pre-school crush turned spouse and son. A true Francophile, she loves to travel and will go anywhere there are ski slopes.

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1 Comment

  1. Frank Dolski
    April 21, 2015

    Great information Victoria.A few things to add are making sure that both parties set up their new address with their new postal service provider, cancel/transfer all utilities and as mentioned, thoroughly review the HUD1 and understand it before signing. Note that every state is not an attorney state, although you are free to choose one and your Realtor or closing agent will be at the closing to explain the HUD1 and associated costs to you.


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