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Is there any way I can see copies of the documents I will be signing at the closing beforehand?

Yes. Your lender will send you a Closing Disclosure. By law, you must receive your Closing Disclosure at least three business days before your closing. You can call your lender prior to closing on your mortgage and request copies of the other documents you will be signing.

The CFPB has resources to help you review your closing documents:

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