Suzie, the escrow has the wire in the right account, have already verified that myself with the Title company.
Paul, they are waiving deficiency. I had to pay a cash contribution, which I have wired to them already and verified they got. As with HoA, everything was paid for up to that point. There was no liens and all the bills were paid for (even throughout the selling process)
If all of this is settled then ultimately they should be approving the hud and allow you to close within 3 to 5 days.
The final HUD-1 needs to be approved by the existing lender. It can take a little as one day and as long as three weeks (in my case). You should be receiving it any day and your agent is staying on top of the transaction as it seems.
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I don't think there is a usual timeframe anymore. Everyone is always pushing for a closing date and then having to extend because they wanted to get the earliest date they can get. There is also of hurry up and wait in a real estate transaction. Be patient, you are almost there. It sounds like your agent is really working hard and pushing for you.