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Bulls23, Home Buyer in South Bend, IN

If you get a closing date on short sale does that mean it will usually close? We are the only offer on the table set to close on Aug. 26 so in 15 days

Asked by Bulls23, South Bend, IN Thu Aug 11, 2011

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If you WRITTEN bank approval and the house in escrow, providing inspections and everything else goes without any problems and everyone do their job in the time frame alotted... you should close.

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Dianne Hicks
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Aug 14, 2011
Theclosing date could be established by a number of different people in the process. Who set up the date? Were you a party to the date? Did your agent? Did the listing agent? The closing date by itsself means nothing other than a calander schedule at the title company;. What is important is, if eveything is done. The title work, the agreement from the lender, your lender clear to close if you are financing. There are a number of issues that need to be verified. Your agent should be able to help with all of the details. The closing date by its self means nothing, it is the details behind the closing date that is important.

Good luck
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Aug 14, 2011
Have you signed and returned your DISCLOSURES?
Have got your Loan in place and released the Loan Contingency?
Have you done your Inspections and released the Inspection Contingency?
Have they done the Appraisal, it came in Ok and you've released the Appraisal Contingency?
Have you read the Preliminary Title Report, signed it and returned it?
Have you gotten the HUD1 from the Title Company so that you know how much to bring to the Closing?
Why isn't your Realtor answering these questions for you?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Aug 11, 2011
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