So you show up for your closing with your attorney and sign all the documents required to purchase your home. The sellers are there with their attorney as well. After two hours of signing documents the lender’s attorney informs you that he has not yet received the funds in his account (usually this is wired … More What Is a Dry Closing?
Of all the closing expenses a buyer will pay at time of closing, the title bill will be among the largest. This article from Nolo.com explains the importance of having this insurance when buying your home. Getting title insurance is one of the standard steps home buyers take before closing on a home purchase. Title insurance is … More Why You Need Title Insurance When Buying a Home.
A power of attorney is a legal document that grants authority to another person to administer all or some of your affairs. The person who grants the power of attorney is known as the principal, and the person who takes over the authority is known as the agent. Each state has its own power of … More Does Power of Attorney End upon Death?