Final Inspection: A few days before you take over the property, we’ll do one last inspection to make sure everything is in order.
Utilities and Services: Be sure to contact the utility companies to set up utilities in your name.
Closing Escrow: When your transaction is nearly completed, the escrow company will provide you with a “closing statement” that details all of the financial details of your home purchase. We will go over this with you to ensure its accuracy. At the last step in the buying process, the escrow company will have you sign the final documents, including loan documents (“deeds of trust”). When everything is complete, the escrow company will record the transaction for you at the Pierce County Tax Assessor’s Office , and you will become the legal owner.
Congratulations – It’s time to move in!
If any of your friends or relatives are thinking about buying or selling a home, I’d love to be of service to them. So when you think of these people, contact me with their name and number. I’ll be happy to follow up and tend to their Real Estate needs.