Most agents explain things to the buyer at the time of agreement of sale and then after inspections they just wait for mortgage commitment.
It is important to remain in touch with the buyers to make sure every thing is going on smoothly.
We should also try to get a preliminary Hud1 so that they have an idea how much to bring to settlement.
Some of the things buyers forget to do are
1. To bring the funds in certified funds. They thinka personal check is acceptable and then have to go to the bank on day of settlement.
2.To bring picture ID. If one person is driving then there are occasions when the other person says they have left the driver's license in their car.
3.To call to transfer utilities. Some sellers have it shut off as of date of settlement and if it is the weekend buyers may have to wait.
4.Home owner's insurance. Mortgage companies ask for proof in advance sometimes but some do not. If it is a cash deal no one asks for it.
5 Do a final walk through on day of settlement and bring the home inspection addendum to see if the sellers did all the repairs they agreed to do.
If you are looking to buy a home call Gita Bantwal at ReMax Centre Realtors 2153438200x124
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Gita Bantwal is a Realtor with RE/MAX Centre Realtors in Bucks County, a Northern suburb of Philadelphia. You can view 1000s of listings on her web site www.GitaBantwal.com
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Gita specializes in Active adult communities and is a Seniors Real Estate Specialist. She holds the ABR designation (Accredited Buyers Representative) and specializes in selling to first time buyers as well as move up buyers.Gita also hold the CRS designation , Certified Residential Specialist and the CDPE designation as well. Information about real estate market is deemed to be correct but is subject to errors and omissions and should be verified independently.. Opinion expressed by me or others in my post and comments is not to be construed to be legal advice.I am licensed in Pa. Check real estate laws in your state as they may be different than in Pa.