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Here is the process to buy a house: 0) Get pre-approved for a mortgage with any Major bank; 1) Make an offer and attach your pre-approval from step 0; Put in a firm closing date; Put in the following contingencies: Financing - no more than x%, whatever terms you want, etc; House Inspection; Termite inspection; Survey and environmental -- usualy needed for commercial props only, or when you are buying land parcels; Contingeny clauses allow you to walk away if you can not get financing, or the house fell apart and the ants ate it right after your offer was accepted; Attach a downpayment with your offer. This gets placed into 'ESCROW' by the sellers broker, attorney or title company. ESCROW is a special account that is set up in order to assure that the funds do not go to the seller and dissappear. ESCROW will disburse at closing, when the seller receives your downpayment funds. If there was no closing due to various reasons and especially issues with step 7, below, you will not lose money. 2) If offer is acceepted, go to the bank from step 0 and apply for a loan. You will need to supply a bunch of info, proof of funds etc. Make sure you ask them what their fees and rates are, and if they are not reasonable, go to another bank! 3) Order a home inspection, order a termite inspection, order survey and environmentals (if required); 4) Make sure that step 3 stuff was fine, else re-negotiate or walk away; 5) The bank will appraise the property to make sure that it is worth what you are paying. Bear in mind, a signed contract is a pretty good indicator of value, so unless you are blatantly overpaying the appraisal will be fine. BTW, you will likely get a yes/no answer from the bank. They may not even give you the number the appraiser came up with. 6) Prove to the bank that you are the safes thing to lend money to on this Earth and then get approved for the mortgage; 7) Get on your knees and pray that you will have a successfull closing and that the bank will not screw you. 8) Call a title company and order title search. This will prove house ownership, let you know all the liens on the property, all outstanding debts on the property, etc. It takes 5-7 days to get title search done; VERY IMPORTANT -- Title clerk will tell you if the seller can sell you the house, and how clean the title is. Title clerk will also issue a list of things that the seller needs to bring to closing in order for the closing to take place. LISTEN TO YOUR TITLE CLERK. They will also issue you title insurance which guarantees that your house is free and clear of all liens and debt, and is truly yours! Order a closing protection letter from the title clerk for the mortgage bank after the title comes back; 9) Repeat step 7; 10) Make sure whatever issues came out from step 3 are resolved; 11) Repeat step 7; 12) Order a home owners insurance for your house. Set it up so that you pay for the policy at closing. So, if no closing, you do not pay. 13) Repeat step 7; 14) Closing is tomorrow -- go to the house, and make sure that it is still there, etc. 15) Repeat step 7; 16) You are now at closing. You have been there for 3 hours, and the bank has not yet really, truly approved your mortgage. You are stressed to the max, your BP is going through the roof! If you like, you can scream at the realtor, at the seller, at the title clerk. It won't help, but it may make you feel better. But if you repeated step 7 often, and the providence smiles, you may just walk away with a house :-) Here are your closing costs: Bank fees such as application fees, appraisal, origination, etc. Title insurance. This depends on the value of your house. Ballpark it for 1% of the price; Property insurance. (Remenber, you are paying this at closing) .6-.8% of purchase price; Deed prep - fee title co charges for typing up the deed; Deed recording. Fee to record the deed. Not expensive. Mortgage tax. This is only charged in some areas. Transfer tax -- tax county charges at the purchase or sale of the property. In Madison this is 4% split between seller and buyer; Pro-rated property taxes - you pay only from settlement till the end of the year; Attorney fee--you may be in the area that requires this. Like NY. If so, and you read the above material carefully, prepare to spend several grand for no good reason. Been there, done that, had no choice. It stinks! Notary fees & some oter small misc fees. Good Luck!