Preparing for Closing
We’ll Review the Closing Statement in Advance
The Closing Attorney will send me the Closing Statement (also known as the HUD-1) two days before the scheduled closing date. I will make sure you receive a copy, and we will go over it together so you will know exactly what closing costs are coming out of your proceeds, and the amount you will receive once the closing is complete.
The Seller has very little to do to prepare for closing, and I am always willing to do a Limited Power of Attorney so that I can sign the closing document on your behalf. When we meet initially, and when we review the closing statement, I’ll explain what your costs are, and answer any questions you have.