You will receive the following important documents:
|A detailed list of all costs related to the sale of the home. It is similar to the good-faith estimate you got weeks earlier, but the HUD-1 is not an estimate; it is a precise record of the settlement costs. Both you and the seller sign it. Compare the HUD-1 statement against the good-faith estimate to see if the actual closing costs differ significantly. By law, you have the right to review the HUD-1 24 hours before closing. Do so. Clear up any mistakes and resolve problems.|
|You received the first version of this statement after applying for your mortgage. This final version outlines the cost of your loan and APR and takes into account any modifications made to your rate and points between application and closing. Make sure that everything is in order.|
|This document states your promise to repay the mortgage. It indicates the amount and terms of the loan and what the lender can do if you fail to make payments.|
|This document secures the note and gives your lender a claim against the home if you fail to live up to the terms of the mortgage note.|
|If you are buying a newly constructed house, you need this legal document to move in.|
Once you've reviewed and signed all closing documents, the house keys are yours and you will have successfully bought your new home!