Escrow: What to Expect at Your Signing

As you near the end of your transaction, and when Escrow has received and prepared the required documents, you will be contacted to set an appointment for you to review, approve and sign your documents. This portion of your transaction is referred to as “the signing” and will usually occur a few days prior to your actual close date.

This instructional video will prepare you for what to bring and what you can expect at your signing.

Closing Disclosure

The Closing Disclosure is also required to be given to you by the CFPB. While your lender is charged with providing this document, it may assign that responsibility to your escrow or title company. You’ll receive your Closing Disclosure at least three business days prior to your transaction closing.