COURSE INDEXPreliminary Questions
Home Buying Start & Registration
Budgeting To Buy a Home
Find Your First House
Inspect Before You Buy
Shop For a Mortgage Loan
Home Mortgage Loan Process
Credit Score and Credit Report
Home Mortgage Loan Closing
Being a Home Owner
Mortgage Quote Request
Get Started Below!
You have already learned:
How to budget for a home.
How to look for your dream home.
How to find a lender and apply for a loan to purchase that dream home.
Now it is time to discuss how are you are going to survive the “closing process” of that loan on your “Dream Home!” The closing of a home loan often is the most confusing and difficult part of the home purchase process. There are many forms that you are asked to sign. You may encounter good and not so good closing agents. There are few things about the loan closing that you should always remember:
Your lender, real estate agent or closing agent, will contact you to let you know when it is time to close your loan. All parties purchasing the home should be present for the closing. On occasion, if one of the parties is out of town at closing time, documents may be signed ahead of time. For the purpose of this class, however, we are going to role play with all parties involved in a closing presentation.
The following is a list of some typical “closing documents.”
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Table of Contents | Homebuyer Course Start Page | Find A Realtor | Budgeting To Buy a Home | Neighborhoods | Find Your First House | Inspect Before You Buy | Shop For a Mortgage Loan | Mortgage Home Loan Process | Credit Score and Credit Report | Home Mortgage Loan Closing | Being a Home Owner
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