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It’s just about time to close, and you’re probably feeling a little antsy. That’s normal! I’m busy working behind the scenes with your lender to make sure everything goes off without a hitch. There are a few things you can do to help us out.
You’ll need to provide proof of home insurance before you can close on your new home. I recommend calling around to make sure you’re getting the best rate and coverage level possible.
Submit Final Documents
You’ll likely need to provide a few final financial documents before the lender can close on your loan (depending on how long it’s been since your initial application).
Final Closing Disclosure
At least three days before you close on your loan, you’ll receive your final closing disclosure documents to sign. These documents lay out the final terms of your loan, including down payment, interest rate, total cost of the loan, and more.
It’s also time to arrange how you’re going to move out of your old home and into your new one. It can get a little hectic, so the more you plan, the better off you’ll be.