Closing on your house or property can be an exciting time.
One of the most dreaded parts of the process is signing all of the documents at the closing.
If things run smoothly, a typical closing will last anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes depending on the amount of questions you have and the level of complexity with the paperwork. You are encouraged to ask questions so that you feel comfortable and confident in the paperwork that you are signing.
Sometimes things do pop up during a closing. Whether it be a miscalculated number, an incorrect signature, or any other potential problem that may arise. However, in our experience, these problems can be solved rather quickly as long as the buys, sellers, real estate agents, lenders, and attorney are all working together.
So, if you are closing on your house or property, you can plan on about an hour to sign the paperwork as long as the attorney doesn’t talk too much.