It's All Yours
Here's what it takes to make a new home yours: a final walk-through & closing.
The final "walk-through" is typically scheduled within 24 hours of the closing/settlement. It gives you one last opportunity to make sure that the home you are purchasing is in the condition that you and the seller mutually agreed to in the sales contract.
Should a problem arise during the walk-through, your Weichert Sales Associate will contact the seller's representative to let him or her know what the deficiency is. If the seller accepts responsibility, money for the repairs can be allocated to you at the closing/settlement. If the seller does not agree to the repairs, your Sales Associate will act as the go-between to help you and the seller reach a satisfactory compromise so that the closing is not delayed.
When the closing/settlement day arrives, be sure to bring:
- A certified check for the closing/settlement costs (your mortgage lender or attorney will advise you beforehand)
- Your homeowners' policy
- Photo identification
- Your checkbook for any miscellaneous costs that may come up