Post Subject Removal Checklist:
Choose a Lawyer or Notary to handle the conveyancing of your home purchase. If unsure as to who you should hire then ask your Realtor® for a list of recommended names.
Ask your lawyer or notary what you should expect to pay for Closing Costs. Also, be sure to ask them any general questions that you may have at that time.
Ask your Realtor® to submit your "Offer to Purchase" to your lawyer or notary.
Ask your Mortgage Broker to send the lender's mortgage instructions to your lawyer or notary.
Call and arrange to have your Home Insurance coverage to take effect by 12:01am on the Closing Date.
Call and arrange for a Moving Company well in advance of the Closing Date.
Call and notify Utility Companies of your moving dates.
Visit the local Post Office to make arrangements to forward all your mail to your new address.
Meet with your lawyer or notary to sign all Closing Documentation.
Meet your Realtor® at your new home to pick up the keys and move on in.
Remember, real estate is a shared journey and that is why your real estate agent is there to guide you every step of the way!
Sincerely,Jason Neumann, REALTOR®
Century 21 Assurance Realty Ltd.
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