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Reasons why it takes so long to close on a home

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When the buyer and the seller have reached an agreement on the price during home buying, they still have to undergo many other processes before closing. Even though the buyer of the house can have …

When the buyer and the seller have reached an agreement on the price during home buying, they still have to undergo many other processes before closing. Even though the buyer of the house can have pre-approval about the maximum amount of money he or she can take as a loan from a bank, he or she still has to get in touch with the bank so as to get the documents that relate to the specific loan amount that he or she will need in order to acquire the home.

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  • 1. Reasons Why It Takes SoLong to Close on a HomeBrought to you by www.LaJollaSanDiegoHomes.com
  • 2. Reasons Why It Takes So Long to Closeon a HomeWhen the buyer and the seller have reached an agreement onthe price during home buying, they still have to undergo manyother processes before closing.Even though the buyer of the house can have pre-approvalabout the maximum amount of money he or she can take as aloan from a bank, he or she still has to get in touch with the bankso as to get the documents that relate to the specific loanamount that he or she will need in order to acquire the home.If this process starts earlier, it should not be an obstacle to theactual closing on the home.
  • 3. Reasons Why It Takes So Long to Closeon a HomeBut in the event that the lender needs some conditions to bemet before closing on the home, then the process can takequite long.When a buyer signs an agreement with the seller of the housestating that he or she will purchase the home, he or she can goahead and purchase the insurance on the home.After that they can start looking for a clear title report.
  • 4. Reasons Why It Takes So Long to Closeon a HomeA title company goes through the public records of the formsthat are available to establish if there are problems on the titleto the home.Problems in the title could be things such as the owner of thehouse being involved in a legal action.As a buyer, you should consider buying title insurance to coveryourself from losing a home to somebody that had a judgmentor lien on it before you purchased it.
  • 5. Reasons Why It Takes So Long to Closeon a HomeWhen any problem arises and you have title insurance, the titleinsurance company will be the one to deal with the challengesinvolved in clearing the title.Usually, the agreement whether the buyer will take the home isconditioned upon the report by an engineer upon inspection ofthe home for any defaults.In the event that there are serious defects found on the house,the entire deal to purchase the house may be cancelled byeither the buyer or the seller of the house.
  • 6. Reasons Why It Takes So Long to Closeon a HomeAnother reason why it takes so long to close a home is becausethe terms and conditions for selling the home have to benegotiated.This is a process that can take very long since each party has tomake sure that they are protected and they are getting thebest deal. Before this process is completed, it can require a lotof drafts of documents.For that reason, the buyer and the seller of the home will needto involve their attorneys in the home buying process.
  • 7. Reasons Why It Takes So Long to Closeon a HomeThis and the other aforementioned reasons make it hard todetermine the exact date that the closing will happen.The closing can also take long even under normalcircumstances.A little hiccup in any of the processes mentioned above cancause the closing process to take very long.
  • 8. Reasons Why It Takes So Long to Closeon a HomeThe best thing to do is to seek the service of an experiencedagent who will help you work through the closing process andpossibly shorten the time it could have taken.Want more information on La Jolla homes for sale?Be sure to check out my website now!
  • 9. Reasons Why It Takes SoLong to Close on aHomeBrought to you by www.LaJollaSanDiegoHomes.com