The seller is responsible for determining the date and time of the closing and ensuring that all parties involved are informed. To ensure that everyone is aware of the details of the closing, here are a few things that the seller and buyer can expect to happen:
The seller will decide on a date and time for the closing.
The seller’s agent will inform the seller of the date after it has been set.
The lender will notify the buyer of the closing in accordance with MDIA regulations and rules.
The buyer’s agent will coordinate with the buyer to confirm attendance at the closing.
It’s important to keep in mind that the location of the closing can vary. It may take place at the title company, the lender’s office, or even the realtor’s office. Regardless of the location, the buyer and seller should receive clear communication from all parties involved regarding the time, date, and location of the closing. That way, everyone can be present and the closing can proceed smoothly.