Closing the deal on your home
First, the buyer performs due diligence, disclosures, and inspections. Once a contract is signed and the offer is accepted by the seller, the escrow process can begin. However, an escrow agent is part of the title company.
In Nevada, a property disclosure form must be provided by the seller. Also, buyers are expected to perform inspections during the due diligence period.
If you're borrowing to purchase a home, you should submit a loan application form to the lender. The lender then sends a `Good Faith Estimate' document that shows the estimated closing costs. After that, the buyer sends a series of financial documents for mortgage approval.
The closing process can take a few days or weeks. Once the escrow agent disburses the funds to appropriate parties, the deal is closed, and the buyer can take ownership of the property.
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