What can I expect on closing day?

Contact Us

When an individual in New Jersey makes the decision to purchase or sell real estate, they will have to undergo a lengthy process before the transaction is finalized. The last day of the real estate transaction process is known as closing day. Regardless of whether the individual is the buyer or the seller, they will have responsibilities when it comes to the last day of the process.

For the buyer, the closing day is very exciting because it is the day they officially get the keys to their new property. This often marks the start of a new chapter in one’s life. At the closing day, the buyer will have to make sure all closing costs are paid and will be required to sign a significant amount of paperwork related to the ownership of the property and the responsibility associated with the mortgage.

For the seller, the closing day can be a little different. In fact, the seller doesn’t actually have to attend the closing meeting as long as they have submitted all of the necessary paperwork before the meeting. This is when the seller will have to hand over the keys to the property and relinquishes ownership of the property.

If you need assistance from a real estate attorney, contact our firm today.

The dedicated and compassionate attorneys at Vigilante Law Firm, P.C. would be happy to provide you with assistance in your case and help you protect your future when so much is on the line. Contact us today to schedule a consultation so we can assess the specific circumstances surrounding your lawsuit.

Our Recent Blogs

Defenses for a DWI Charge in New Jersey

To learn more about the common defenses for a DWI charge in New Jersey, continue reading and give our skilled Gloucester County DWI lawyer. …

What Are the Consequences of an Out-of-State DWI in NJ?

In many instances, drivers are unaware of the DWI (driving while intoxicated) or DUI (driving under the influence) rules and regulations when it comes…

What Can Happen After Violating Probation in NJ?

The consequences of violating probation can be serious. If you were caught doing this, you will want to give our firm a call today…

Website built and managed by Accel Marketing Solutions, Inc