Closing Checklist

Dated: 01/13/2020

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Closing Checklist

Here’s a list of actions to prepare for your closing and the items to bring with you.


Determine who will conduct your closing, and when and where it’s scheduled.

Who conducts your closing varies by state. You may shop around for the company of your choice.


Since the closing process varies by state, ask the person conducting your closing what to expect. Things to ask:


Review Your Closing Disclosure

By law, you must receive a five-page Closing Disclosure  at least three days prior to your closing.


Bring these items with you:

  • Picture ID (driver’s license, passport): The person handling the closing will need to make a copy of it.

  • Appropriate payment for closing costs: Some companies require wired funds, while others accept a certified checks. Make sure you know what form of payment is acceptable.

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