Closing

Buying a home is a complicated process involving a buyer, a seller, and lawyers for each of these parties. This section will explain the importance of a home inspection, title transfer, appraisal and surveyor to ensure you are legally protected.  [Also read my blog articles on these topics:  "Who's Who in a Real Estate Transaction", "Should I Get A Home Inspected Before Purchasing It?", "Questions Buyers Ask, Part 4:  Home Inspection".]

Behind the scenes of closing day
•Be sure the necessary documents are completed, before you receive the key to your home, and sign on the dotted line.

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