While every closing is different, here’s what you can expect. Basically, you’ll sit at a table with your realtor, the realtor for the seller, possibly the seller, and an attorney. The attorney will have a stack of papers for you and the seller to sign. While he or she will give you a basic explanation of each paper, you may want to take the time to read each one and/or consult with your agent to make sure you know exactly what you are signing. Before you go to closing, we will give you a booklet explaining the closing costs, a “good faith estimate” of how much cash you will have to supply at closing, and a list of documents you will need at closing. If you are required to bring funds to closing, make sure you contact the attorney’s office for the exact amount and bring a certified check.