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Most Important Documents at Mortgage Closing
The Mortgage Professor: Preparing yourself for the closing
May 17, 2014
By JACK GUTTENTAG The Mortgage Professor - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services
The first two parts of this series dealt with the relatively easy parts of the closing process: junk documents that require little attention, educational documents that can be read at leisure, and future-use documents that require only to be set aside.
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Related: Important Documents at Mortgage Closings (May 10) The best way for mortgage borrowers to prepare themselves for the deluge of documents they will face at the closing table is to sort all the documents into different categories that require different treatment.
Understanding Mortgage Closing Documents (May 2) I recently read that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is going to make the mortgage closing process more consumer-friendly. Do you think it can?
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