What to Know as a Seller
Selling a home or any type of property can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. Knowing some of the things mentioned below can help.
The earlier you communicate your questions to your closing attorney, the better, This will help guide your decision-making process and make sure that you know exactly what you’re getting into.
Voice your concerns!
Don’t be afraid to let your attorney know about any peculiar circumstances about yourself or the property you’re selling. As mentioned before, the sooner the better.
Don’t forget the important documents!
Be sure to bring your personal identification when it’s time to close the deal.
Real estate closings are not as simple as you think. It takes time to prepare all of the documents and set up an actual closing date so please be patient. From previous experience, it’s much easier and efficient to attend a closing at the Closing Attorney’s Office.
Our closing office lets you choose a payment option that is most convenient for you. This could mean wiring proceeds from the sale directly to you or providing you with an Attorney’s Escrow Check at closing.