Are you about to close on a mortgage loan but you’re under a stay at-home order? Are you wondering how you’ll sign closing documents?
Do you have to be at the title/escrow company to sign the loan documents at closing? No, you do not.
Many title and escrow companies provide notaries which will allow you to sign the loan documents at your office, your home, on vacation, or even in a foreign country.
If you are signing in a foreign country, you will likely have to go to the U.S. Consulate to sign loan documents in front of an authorized notary. There is typically a charge for these services.
So, if you cannot physically be at the closing, no worries, accommodations can be made.
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