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Technically after the Seller has been paid, the day of the closing. That's when the Buyer pays for the property. However, by mutual agreement, the furnishings can be moved before the closing. However, this is not a good idea because anything can happen at the closing. The deal can be called off or the bank can forget to send proper closing documents. So, it is prudent to wait for the closing to be completed before moving furnishings.
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Ive noticed a 800 discrepency on what the final pay off is ( the statements to me when the mortgage is paid ) and what the final closing numbers arehow do I rectify this?
Response 1: You need to contact the closing Attorney/Settlement Agent about your concerns.
also, my ex wife had my furnishings removed from the home before the final walk thru and doesnt have the items what can be done in this situation?
Response 2: You have to ask her to pay for the replacement cost. If she refuses, then you may have to file lawsuit against her for the value of your items.