When that magical day finally arrives, be sure to bring everything that your realtor and/or closing agent (usually an attorney or title company) need to seal the deal. In most cases that means yourself, any remaining funds due and a driver’s license. It also entails a final “walk through” to ensure that the home is in the same condition that it was in when you first saw it (this typically takes place right before your closing appointment). Finally, make sure you “get to the church on time” and realize that in many states the transaction will have to be filed with the clerk of courts or other department before you can get the keys to your new home.
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