6.1 Signing. Here comes the best part. Once your
lender has agreed to close or fund your loan, the signing can begin.
Before this happens, however, be sure to verify and finalize all the
documents, and to supply any additional requirements (such as photo
IDs or cashiers' checks). The final loan documents are usually
signed in the presence of a notary at a title company or an
6.2 Wiring Funds. Your down payment is either
automatically deducted or wired-in the latter case, the money is
electronically transferred between financial companies. Make sure
that the wiring instructions as well as all important numbers are
checked for accuracy by both parties.
Tie up any loose ends by confirming the money transfer with your
broker and filing all pertinent documents of the transaction.