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As a homeowner, you accumulate all sorts of documentation the moment you make the offer on your home. Loan documents, inspections, insurance policies, receipts and warranties are just a few of the documents you may be collecting. Knowing where these items are can save you a lot of time and money.
Keep closing papers such as the deed, settlement statement, appraisal, disclosures, mortgage note, inspections and title insurance policy together in one place—preferably in a safe deposit box.
For other records, a practical record-keeping system doesn’t have to be expensive. Purchase an accordion file and label each flap with a different category. Those might include:
Organizing your home files may take a considerable amount of time initially, but it will definitely be time well spent in the event you need the documents in the future.
Matthew is happy to be part of the team at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Abbott Realtors as the new Marketing Director. He majored in Communications and Business in college and brings a wealth of technical skills and is eager to put them to use.
Saturday, September 24th at Commodore Perry Field. The day consists of a parade, starting at 12:00, a dog show, a magician, and kiddie and pony rides. There will be live music from 6-8 pm followed by a spectacular fireworks display at dusk.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Abbott Realtors will have a table at the event and we would love to meet you. Stop on by !
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