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Closing Day

You have made it this far, so what is next? There are some loose ends that you will not want to forget. Thankfully you will have us at your side to ensure the smoothest process possible. So, here are some loose ends that need tieing up: 

Final Walk-Through Inspection Of Your Hilton Head, SC Home.

Although it is more of a formality, the final inspection takes place about a day before the closing. The buyer visits the property one last time before it is theirs to verify that everything is working well, is the same as when they saw it last, and nothing was left undone.

Cancel Your Cable Subscription and the Landscaper!

We are happy to provide a nice list of numbers to help you when you go to cancel all of your utilities and other services that a typical homeowner may overlook while wrapping things up. 


We Help You To Be Prepared For Anything When Selling Your Hilton Head, SC Home.

As your real estate agent, we are always looking to assist you. Sometimes things happen that you were not expecting. For example, something at the property breaks, or the one buying the property’s loan falls through or does not receive the needed approvals in time. There is no need to worry! If this were to happen, it is not the first time and is not likely the last time. The good thing is that we have helped others through the same scenario and know what is needed to help the situation be much more manageable and stress-free. 

The Closing.

Now comes the end! The time to receive the settlement statement summarizing all the details of the transactions is here. The buyer(s) will sign, you will sign, then the closing agent will sign the document. The closing agent is there to certify all of the document’s accuracy. If you cannot be at the signing, we can assist you in making different arrangements depending on the circumstances. If you are supposed to receive funds at the closing, there are several options for you to receive. You can have the money wired to your bank account, or they can write you a check. Finally, as the one selling the home, you should have all property keys and other important information, like appliance manuals, etc., for the new purchaser at the closing.

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We look forward to doing business with you for years to come.

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