After signing all of the documents that come with a real estate transaction, you’ll get a copy of everything that was signed for your own records. These can include copies of your deed, mortgage, and closing statement that details all of the costs of the transaction. That way you can see everything you’ve been asked to pay, along with everything the seller has paid.
It’s a good way to make sure there aren’t any discrepancies. Your Escrow Officer here at Metro Experience Title should go over the paperwork with you before you’re asked to sign them. Depending on where you live, your title insurance policy, a copy of your recorded deed, and your recorded mortgage, will most likely be mailed to you and can take a few weeks to get to you.