Sign your closing docs in advance with FlashClose™
The closing table is your last step before picking up the keys to your new home. This meeting is certainly exciting, but the huge stack of documents you’ll need to sign by hand can be tedious and time-consuming. Thanks to FlashClose™, you can say goodbye to the towering stacks of paperwork and sign most of your documents electronically!
Here’s how it works. You receive an email from Notarize, which includes a link to set up an account on their platform. Now, you can review and share your documents prior to closing so that you can sign confidently on closing day. On the day of your closing, Notarize will email you to guide you through the e-signing process of the bulk of your documents. The platform shows you exactly where a signature or initials are needed and indicates if any required fields have been missed along the way.
Once electronic signing is complete, you can download and save FlashClose™ documents as a PDF. Rest assured, you can opt out at any time and go back to physically signing all closing documents—but getting so much done in advance is way more satisfying, and means less time at the closing table.
Only a handful of closing documents can’t be signed via FlashClose™. The notary will bring these to the closing appointment for your physical signature, so you don’t have to print a thing.
You could close your loan in a flash. Ask your loan officer about FlashClose™ today!
Not eligible for all loan types or investors. Applicant subject to credit and underwriting approval. Not all applicants will be approved for financing. Receipt of application does not represent an approval for financing or interest rate guarantee. Title company restrictions may apply, contact Proper Rate for current rates and for more information.
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