Whether you're buying or selling, below is a list of items you would need to bring with you to your real estate closing.

As a Seller

  • Government Issued Identification
  • Social Security Number
  • If you are required to bring money to closing, arrange for certified funds via cashiers’ check or wire transfer
  • Termite Letter (if applicable)
  • Septic Letter (if applicable)
  • Property Disclosure (if applicable)
  • If you are signing on behalf of another person via Power of Attorney, the Original Power of Attorney for recording with the appropriate Register’s office, in addition to a copy of the Government Issued Identification for the Grantor of the Power of Attorney.
  • Any additional items required under Contract, Title Insurance Underwriter or Agent

NOTE:  In order to effectuate the proper transfer of title, any individual who is currently on the Deed will need to sign the appropriate document to convey their interest the new owner.  If you were unmarried at the time the property was purchased, but are married now, during the time of sale,  you should check with our offices concerning whether your spouse needs to be included in the conveyance of title, in addition to any other appropriate document necessary to effectuate the sale.  

As a Buyer

  • Government Issued Identification
  • Social Security Number
  • If you are required to bring money to closing, arrange for certified funds via cashiers’ check or wire transfer
  • Termite Letter (if applicable)
  • Septic Letter (if applicable)
  • Property Disclosure (if applicable)
  • If you are signing via Power of Attorney, the Original Power of Attorney for recording with the appropriate Register’s office, in addition to a copy of the Government Issued Identification for the Grantor of the Power of Attorney
  • Any additional items required under Contract, Title Insurance Underwriter or Agent

Note:  If you are married, your spouse may need to attend closing to execute the appropriate documents.  Please call or email our office concerning whether your spouse needs to attend closing addition to sign any other appropriate document necessary to effectuate the transfer of property.