Real Estate Closings – Sellers
Loan Payoff Information
We need the payoff information on your current mortgage. You can open and fill out the “Seller Information Request Form” and forward to us. This form will be used to contact your present mortgage lender(s) in order to prepare them for the payoff. Please return this form as soon as possible with your loan payoff information. We need the name of your company, the telephone number, your account number and your social security number. Many companies require a 3-7 day turnaround, therefore it is very important that we get this information to order your payoff as soon as possible.
You can fax the Seller Information Request to: 478-471-7884, or scan and email the completed form to:
Please refer to your warranty deed for your property’s legal description. Please fax us a copy of the deed. If you have a survey on your property, please fax it with the legal description.
Home Owner’s/Condominium Association Contact Information
If your property has a home owner’s or condominium association that has mandatory dues, please fax or call us with the name and telephone number for the association. It is necessary that we receive a letter from the association either stating that all dues are paid current or indicating to prorate all dues appropriately.
If there is a divorce, bankruptcy, death, impending forclosure or other title problems which may affect this closing, please notify us immediately. Please indicate the potential problem and have contact names and telephone numbers prepared so that we may research any issues.
Please bring your drivers’ license (or other photo i.d.) with you to closing, as identification.
Funds To Close:
If you are required to bring funds to the closing, the funds must be certified (i.e. cashier’s check, money order, wire) made payable to “Martin Wilson Trust”.
Corporation or LLC as seller:
If the seller is a corporation, we will need a current corporate resolution that includes who will be signing at the closing and their official title, and you will need to bring the corporate seal to the closing. If the seller is a LLC, we will need a copy of the fully signed operating agreement and any amendments.
Power of Attorney
If any owner/seller of the property is using an existing power of attorney and will not be attending the closing, we must recieve a copy of the power of attorney at least three business days prior to closing. Further, if this power of attorney is acceptable to be used, the original power of attorney must be brought to closing.