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Questions about your Closing Disclosure?

Our Closing Disclosure is the official government form that lists all the final details about your mortgage loan. Our interactive sample Closing Disclosure helps you double-check the details and get definitions for terms used on the form.

Questions about the closing process?

Are you about to close on your mortgage loan? Our checklist and interactive sample Closing Disclosure form will help you close with confidence. Closing is when you legally commit to your mortgage loan. Our tools help you review your documents in advance to check for errors and make sure the documents reflect the terms you agreed to.

What to do now

1. Review your Closing Disclosure

It’s important to review your Closing Disclosure before closing. Make sure everything is as you expect in advance, while you still have time to ask questions and correct any errors.

Review our interactive sample Closing Disclosure

2. Get ready for closing

Our closing checklist lets you know what to expect at closing and what questions to ask so you will be prepared.

Get our mortgage closing checklist

3. Review the rest of your closing documents

In addition to your Closing Disclosure, there are other important documents you will need to sign at closing, such as the promissory note and the deed of trust. Get a head start on reviewing these documents by asking your closing agent for a copy of your closing packet in advance. We can help you navigate these documents.

Navigate your closing documents

4. Get any errors fixed now, before closing

If you find an error in one of your closing documents, call your loan officer or settlement agent and get the error fixed right away. Even minor misspellings can delay your closing or cause big problems in the future.

Learn more about what to do if you find an error