The question you pose is open ended and does not have a definite correct answer. So, this answer will be a general reply for a single family house ( not a condo )
A) if the property is clean from all legal prospective, you can close within 7 business days
B) If the property has code violation liens, You would first have to have the liens cleared, this could take from 5 business days to as long as 30 Business days depending on what the violation are and what type of work is required to resolve them.
C) If the property has other types of liens ( tax, municipal, construction liens, HOA ( home owners association ), then it's just finding the correct party and have it paid off prior to closing, then you can close.
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