- Rushing is one of the worst offenses to commit at a closing. Closing on your mortgage is the final step before committing yourself to up to 30 years of mortgage payments. If you rush any part of that you might not end up fully understanding the terms of your loan.
- You should never try to make someone else happy with your mortgage. At the end of the day, it’s you who is going to be paying that bill for the next 30 years. The only person you should be trying to make happy is you!
- Failing to ask a question when you don’t know the answer to something or don’t understand it is a mistake that many people without legal representation make at a mortgage closing. Mortgage closings are confusing processes that include a copious amount of unfamiliar paperwork. When in doubt, remember that there is no such thing as a stupid question.
Rather than going into a mortgage alone, do it with one of Taroff & Taitz, LLP’s expert settlement agents. We understand the need to move swiftly while ensuring the accuracy of filing. We know what the anxiety of buying a home is like. Whether you are a first-time buyer or a seasoned pro, our experience in this field will allow you to rest easy throughout our time together. Contact us today to get started on your mortgage closing.