What does the seller need to bring to the closing?
You and Anyone Else Who Holds Title to The Property Being Sold
All of you must attend, unless, of course, a Power of Attorney is involved. In that case, the original Power of Attorney document must make it to closing along with a copy of the absent party's photo ID.
A valid Photo ID (ex.: Drivers' License, Passport, or Military ID)
Each borrower must provide a valid ID at closing. The title companies require us to obtain a copy of your ID just to make sure that you are the actual person executing documents in your name.
It is possible that you will be required to bring funds to closing. Funds should be either in the form of a Cashier's Check or Wired Funds from your bank. We will be able to provide you with the exact amount you should bring as soon as we obtain your payoff statements from your mortgage company, determine the commissions you are paying, and have received the invoices for the bills to be paid out of your proceeds at closing. This is will usually occur 1 to 3 days before the closing. If you bring an amount to closing that is over the amount required, we will provide you with a check for the difference. If the amount you bring is less than the amount required, you may supplement it with a personal check. Please make all cashiers checks out to Bross, McAllister & Williams, LLC. If you wish to wire your funds, please contact our office so that we may fax wiring instructions to your bank.