buying property out of state

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Obviously, there has to be a way to close on property out of state, without going to that state and closing with a title company there.  Can someone with experience cover this topic with me please.  I can't find a youtube video or anything covering it.  Would I simply arrange it with my title company to work with a title company near the property?  

Originally posted by @Mark Miller :

Obviously, there has to be a way to close on property out of state, without going to that state and closing with a title company there.  Can someone with experience cover this topic with me please.  I can't find a youtube video or anything covering it.  Would I simply arrange it with my title company to work with a title company near the property?  

 You can sign the majority of documents online via dotloop or docusign. For documents that need wet signature or a notary the title company will send out a mobile notary that is local to you. If you are outside of the USA and need a wet signature with a notary you'll need to go to a US Embassy to sign everything.

I already have a docusign membership, and all my forms on there.  So basically, if I see a property I want in another state, I can initiate it all with my title company and go from there?

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