Buying a new home is kind of a big deal. Especially if you are buying your very first home. However, with all of the excitement of buying a new home, comes a lot of unknowns. These unknowns can come from any number of factors, but a common source of confusion is from the closing forms. Buying a new home doesn't have to be hard, as long as you are given the tools to make a well informed decision. That's where we come in. We have broken down some closing forms that you will likely come across during your home-buying experience so that you know exactly what each form is and what it means.
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