The title company which is handling your can prepare it for you. GIve them a call. They will need to have you sign it with a notary.
Whomever you give that POA to will only be able to sign for that home and that transaction.
They wlll be signing as follows:
Joe Smith for Del Smith, his attorney in fact
Joe Smith for Mel Smith, her attorney in fact
Their hand will hurt when they are finished!
But easy fix!!
Grace Watson | http://www.texaselderlawattorney.com/about-us-texas-elder-la
Your loan agent or your Realtor can get you a Power of Attorney to have taken care of before you leave the country. Definitely check with your loan officer to make sure that this will work with the type of loan you are taking.
Don't hesitate to call if you need a Realtor in the area.
Lillie Missbrenner, Realtor
Short Sale, REO and HAFA Certified
Better Homes and Garden
Best that you check with your lender first. Your lender can instruct the title company on what they will need in a power of attorney.
The title company can arrange for signing to be done overseas if a power of attorney is not accepted. The consulates may have or know of notary services who can help.
Make certain that you either have access to email so that you can sign that or be sure to update it with your loan officer.
Paying cash? Never mind! :)