- the last section of a communication
- termination of operations
- a concluding action
- cease to operate or cause to cease operating
- complete a business deal, negotiation, or an agreement
- move so that an opening or passage is obstructed; make shut
- bar access to
- finish or terminate; of meetings, speeches, etc.
- draw near
- come together, as if in an embrace
- unite or br......
The time and place at which all documents for your loan are signed, dated and notarized
Process of assembling cut components of the upper by stitching or other fastening method.
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the final step in property purchase where the title is transferred from the seller to the buyer. Closing occurs at a meeting between the buyer, seller, settlement agent, and other agents. At the closing the seller receives payment for the property. Also known as settlement.
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[adj] - final or ending 2. [n] - approaching a particular destination
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The final procedure in which documents are signed and recorded, and the property is transferred.
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adjective final or ending; `the closing stages of the election`; `the closing weeks of the year`; `the closing scene of the film`; `closing remarks`
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• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Close
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the closing of a circuit-breaker by either manual or automatic control of protective devices NOTE - The expression 'closing' of a network item (line, transformer) in fact means closing of the associated circuit-breakers.
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Actions and procedures required to affect the documentation and disbursement of loan funds after the application has been approved and the execution of all required documentation and its filing and recording where required.
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In a real estate transaction, this is the final exchange in which the deed is delivered to the buyer, the title is transferred, and the agreed-on costs are paid.
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It is the final procedure in the sale and purchase of real property between a buyer and a seller.In this all the agreements are finalised, documents are signed,funds are exchanged,title to the property is transferred to the buyer.The closing can be handled by the title company, an agent or an attorney.
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n. the final step in the sale and purchase of real estate in which a deed of title, financing documents, title insurance policies, and remaining funds due are exchanged. Some of the final documents, including the deed and mortgage or deed of trust, are then delivered to the county recorder to be recorded. Depending on local practice, the closing is...
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Bandit/bogey/target is getting closer in range.
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the final step in the loan process when loan documents are signed at an escrow or title company.
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The meeting between the buyer, seller and lender in which the property and funds legally change hands. Also called "Settlement."
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A meeting at which a sale of a property is finalized by the buyer signing the mortgage documents and paying closing costs. Also called "settlement."
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[sales] Closing is a sales term which refers to the process of making a sale. The sales sense springs from real estate, where closing is the final step of a transaction. In sales, it is used more generally to mean achievement of the desired outcome, which may be an exchange of money or acquiring a signature. Salespeople are often taught to ...
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[real estate] Closing (or settlement) is the final step in executing a real estate transaction. The closing date is set during the negotiation phase, and is usually several weeks after the offer is formally accepted. On the closing date, the parties consummate the purchase contract, and ownership of the property is transferred to the buyer....
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A placket or any garment opening
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The final step in the sale and purchase of real estate in which the seller's deed of title is exchanged for the buyer's payment. Some of the final documents, including the deed and mortgage or deed of trust, are then recorded in the county recorder's office. Depending on local practice, the closing is handled by a title company, escrow officer, or ...
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