- Choose your settlement company and/or real estate attorney.
- Buy homeowners insurance.
- Get title insurance (for you too)
- Meet the conditions of the loan.
- Prepare to move.
- Review the Closing Disclosure.
- Do the final walk-through of the home.
- Gather your documents.
Does Tennessee require an attorney at closing?
An attorney is legally authorized to review any documents and contracts involved in selling or purchasing property. Although Tennessee does not require hiring a real estate lawyer for a commercial or home closing, it is strongly recommended.
How long does it take to close on a house in TN?
The average time it takes to sell a house in Tennessee is 70 days — 35 days to get an offer and an additional 35 days to close. This is approximately 9.1% faster than the national average.
What are the 4 steps of a closing process for a home?
The steps leading up to the closing date include: Purchase agreement acceptance. Optional buyer home inspection. Loan origination.