Closing on a property.

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@Darrell Wyatt I would say "no" but that's just me. Closings are pretty routine. Your HUD-1 (now called a CD) should outline all financials and there should be NO surprises. That's a federal law. Now, have I been at closings where there were surprises? Most certainly. Did I raise hell? No... We'll, actually once I did. Every other time the deal made too much sense to fuss and jeopardize not closing, so I grinned at all parties at the table.

Also, keep in mind that some states *require an attorney conduct RE closings.

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