Can a notary close a loan in MA?

Answer A notary can close a loan in Massachusetts. When the loan is approved, a signature is required on the final loan documents in the presence of a notary public. The notary will ask for photo identifi... Read More »

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How do I close a mortgage loan?

Determine the Closing DateFind a date to close that's mutually convenient for both buyer and seller if this is a home purchase. If this is a refinance, you'll only need to concern yourself about wh... Read More »

How long does it take to close on a house with an FHA loan?

A Federal Housing Administration (FHA) loan is a type of mortgage that is underwritten by the government. It takes the average borrower three to six weeks to close on a mortgage from start to finis... Read More »

Can you close an FHA loan while the property still needs repairs?

Yes, you can close an FHA loan when the property still needs repairs. At closing time, the cost of the dwelling is covered. The remaining portion of the loan is put into escrow so it is readily ava... Read More »

Which loan is better: an auto loan or a signature loan?

On One Hand: Auto LoansWhen you are purchasing a car, you can use the car as collateral so that the loan becomes less risky for the lender, which means you get a lower interest rate. A lower intere... Read More »