The purpose of a POA is to allow you to sign the grantorâ€™s name. A POA can be broad or it can be for a specific purpose. We have no idea what power the POA grants to you in regard to the purchase. You need to check with the escrow company or closer to see if the POA is acceptable.
Yes, you can sign the closing documents for you and your relative if you have a power of attorney authorizing you to sign in your relative's behalf. Check with your attorney to be certain as they are the legal experts.
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