The Closing Process
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The Closing Agent is responsible for coordinating all closing-related activities. In addition, a Real Estate Attorney should be hired only if you have extra funds, or plan to use a 1031 and/or you feel more comfortable that he represents you in the closing transaction. Your closing Agent prior to closing should give you a HUD Settlement Statement listing the date, place, time, and amount of money in a Cashiers Check that you will need for the various closing costs, that you'll need to bring with you to the closing.
Closing costs vary depending on the Lender, locality of the closing, and a few other factors. Below you will find a list of what may be included in the closing costs. Closing costs for a Manufactured/Mobile home on leased land will in most cases be approx $500.00-$650.00.
Closing Costs May Include:
* Some of these fees may have already been paid by you (for example - you may have paid an Inspector directly) and some may not be included. However, this will provide you with a good idea of what fees are included.
Get a Closing Cost Worksheet to help you determine how much you will need to pay.
The costs marked "Lender Specific" above vary from Lender to Lender. You want to make sure you have chosen a Lender with low closing costs. Fill out this form and you will be contacted by 3 different lenders so you can compare closing costs, and choose the Lender with the lowest costs. You may also contact The Thompson Team in Central Florida at (863)325-8217 for Lender Referrals.
Before the closing, make sure that you have read all the documents and completely understood the implications. Also, be sure to find out when and where you should send any payments.
Finally, go through this Final Checklist before you move in.