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What buyers need to know about title insurance

If you are purchasing a home in the Greensburg, Pennsylvania area for the first time, the process can be a bit overwhelming. There are a lot of documents and jargon involved that many people have never heard before. At Schimizzi Law, LLC, we work hard to make sure that our clients feel comfortable and knowledgeable about every step of the transaction.

What are some helpful real estate closing tips?

If you are purchasing a home in Pennsylvania, you know that the closing process is often fraught with tension. Fortunately, it doesn’t always have to be, provided you have the right tips to see you through. A little bit of information can go a long way in this case, especially for first time buyers who may not be apprised of the total closing process.

A brief overview of the homebuying process

Purchasing a new home in Greensburg can be exciting. Many people go into the process knowing exactly what they want in a house but not fully comprehending what happens once they find that perfect match. At Schimmizi Law, LLC, we understand that homebuying can be intimidating, especially if it is your first time. Here are the basics you need to know about what will happen when you purchase your house.

What documents are involved in purchasing a home?

Once you found your dream house in Pennsylvania, the process to actually make it your own may seem time-consuming and tedious, at best. Even so, this is not the time to start rushing. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau explains that there are a number of legal documents that you will need to study carefully before signing on the dotted line and starting to pack.

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