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A. While the industry has yet to settle on a standard definition for eClosing, an eClosing is generally any real estate closing event or process in which the buyer, seller, borrower, notary or others use an electronic signature (eSignature) to sign some or all of the closing documents.
Who Attends the Closing of a House? Depending on where you live, those at your closing appointment might include you (the buyer), the seller, the escrow/closing agent, the attorney (who might also be the closing agent), a title company representative, the mortgage lender, and the real estate agents.
Your real estate agent may email you a scanned copy of your closing documents, as a PDF attachment. You don't have to print the PDF to sign your refinance or real estate documents. Make your life easier by electronically signing themeven from your phone. Use the same process for electronically signing a Word document.
The closing occurs between four and six weeks after you've signed a purchase and sale agreement on one magical day. Prior to closing, the seller will need to complete any repairs they agreed to make to the house and prove that the title is free and clear of defects.
Once the final loan documents are received by the escrow officer, they will set up an appointment with the buyer to sign. Again, this could be any time prior to close of escrow and ideally should be at least one week prior to the closing date. The seller can sign documents fairly early in the process.
You can close on a house remotely, but make sure you find the right real estate agent to guide you through the process. In a real estate sale, it's easy for sellers to skip the closing. They simply pre-sign the paperwork and have the sale proceeds wired directly to their bank account. It's called a remote closing.
Fortunately, in some states (such as New Jersey) home sellers aren't required to attend the home closing, as they typically sign their portion of the documents in advance. But in many states, it's typical for home buyers and sellers to meet face to face at the closing, which creates an ample opportunity for problems.
To record a deed yourself you need only to take the deed to the appropriate recording office in your area. The recorder will then index and transcribe the deed in the public records and it will be available for anyone to see. Constructive notice is said to be given once the deed is recorded.
When done properly, a deed is recorded anywhere from two weeks to three months after closing. However, there are many instances where deeds are not properly recorded. Title agents commit errors, lose deeds, and even go out of business. Even county offices sometimes fail to record deeds that were properly submitted.
The recording fee for a deed might be $12 in one county and then $15 in another. Some agencies charge by the size of the document. For instance, a land record instrument might have a $60 fee for the first page, then $5 per page after that.
When done properly, a deed is recorded anywhere from two weeks to three months after closing. However, there are many instances where deeds are not properly recorded. Title agents commit errors, lose deeds, and even go out of business. Even county offices sometimes fail to record deeds that were properly submitted.
Contrary to normal expectations, the Deed DOES NOT have to be recorded to be effective or to show delivery, and because of that, the Deed DOES NOT have to be signed in front of a Notary Public. However, if you plan to record it, then it does have to be notarized as that is a County Recorder requirement.
You may be able to find out current and past information about a registered property, such as its previous owners. Find out if the property or land is registered. Download a copy of the title register - you'll need this to find the property's title number and to see if HM Land Registry holds a copy of the deeds.
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E-Recording is the process of electronically recording documents by submitting, receiving and processing documents for recording via the Internet that would otherwise be sent to a county clerk or recorder's office by express mail or courier service.
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