Should I have an attorney present to represent me at a mortgage loan closing?
You can if it makes you feel better. That's why it's best to work with someone that is trustworthy and has a good reputation. But to answer your question, if it makes you feel comfortable, then by all means, yes. | 12.01.15 @ 01:12
Not a necessity...if you want to have an attorney involved - you might request the closing documents several days prior to your signing and have the attorney review these as well as the purchase contract several days before your closing date | 12.01.15 @ 19:16
An attorney will charge hourly. I guess the minimum cost would be $500. You should have read all the things you signed - the Loan Estimate, Closing Disclosure and Contract. IF you didn't understand something = ask before closing. None of the lender's documents will be typed to your wording. | 12.01.15 @ 19:58