myWeb-Blog Designs

Saturday, March 6, 2010

On Closing Cost

Most people are not at their best when they are at the closing. They are feeling nervous and vulnerable as they sign the papers, and may even be fighting off an attack of buyer's remorse. Even though you may be inclined to just sign the papers, it is a good idea to check the paperwork and ask any questions you have. If you are signing a mortgage or deed of trust, be sure to review the document carefully. Check the spelling of your name, the property address and all of the inserted items for accuracy. Since much of the paperwork is prepared on short notice, occasionally mistakes are made. They are usually easier to fix while you are still at the title office, so don't be shy about asking questions before you sign on the dotted line.


Dhemz said...

very informative post teCes....we did this process a couple of times...the first time when we bought a condo...and the last time was not successful kay g back out me kay foreclosure home man jud...lots of thing to renovate...ehehehhe!

Mommy Liz said...

your right about that. Rodney is so meticulous when it concers stuff liek this, I am glad that he double checks everything before signing. I guess, he's better than me with this kind of things, I don't have the patience to read.