These are the basic steps, but every sale is different and unique. For instance, rural properties may require septic approval and well testing. If you are uncertain about the condition of the home, obtaining a Home Inspection may alleviate some of your concerns. I can help you with all your questions.
Secure a lender.
With advice from your lender, choose the mortgage type best suitable to your needs. Discuss your interest rate options and "lock-in" the best interest rate.
Make a loan application. Take two months' of bank checking and savings statements, employer pay stubs, monthly credit card statements, and other investment reports. If self-employed, you may need two years of income tax statements. Check with your lender for any additional requirements. Be prepared to pay the additional fees for the loan application and the appraisal of the property.
Your lender can give you a booklet with specific mortgage information, a good faith estimate of all closing and related costs, and an estimate of your loan costs. This is provided in the form of an initial "Truth-in-Lending" Disclosure Statement (Reg Z).
Obtain the loan approval.
Attend the settlement, and close the sale.
Lender or settlement officer will disburse all funds including payment to seller.
All legal documents will be sent and recorded at the County Recorder's Office.
This data last updated on 2020-02-17 10:07:44.
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