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Signing Listing Paperwork: What to bring to the table

Listing your home is indeed an exciting step in the real estate journey, and we're here to support you through the paperwork process. To ensure a smooth and efficient signing experience, be sure to bring these essential items with you to the signing table:

  1. Identification: A valid government-issued photo ID, such as a driver's license or passport, is often required for verification purposes.

  2. Property Documents: Any relevant property documents, including the deed, title, and survey, should be readily accessible.

  3. Property Disclosure and Inspection Reports: Provide any disclosures or inspection reports related to your property to ensure transparency with potential buyers.

  4. Financial Documents: Bring documentation related to your mortgage, including the loan agreement and any outstanding balances.

  5. Homeowner's Insurance Policy: Information about your current homeowner's insurance policy, including contact details, can be helpful for the buyer.

  6. Utilities Information: Prepare a list of utility providers, their contact information, and account details. This includes electricity, water, gas, and any other relevant services.

  7. Property Keys and Access: Ensure you have all keys, access codes, and remote controls for the property, including garage door openers, security systems, and any community amenities.

  8. Warranty Information: If there are any warranties on appliances or systems in the home, have the warranty documents ready for the new homeowner.

  9. Contact Information: Provide your contact information, or the contact information of your real estate agent, so that you can be reached for any post-sale inquiries.

By coming prepared with these essential items, you'll help streamline the signing process, ensure a successful home sale! If you have any questions or need further assistance, don't hesitate to reach out – we're here to make this transition as smooth as possible.


Photo By: Holly Mcmurter Photographs


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