Complete mortgage transactions between loan establishments.
What does a Mortgage Closing Clerk do?
Completes mortgage transactions between loan establishment, sellers, and borrowers after loans have been approved: Verifies completeness of data on loan papers. Answers questions of buyers and sellers relating to details of transaction and obtains signatures of principal parties on necessary documents. Closes out seller’s interest in property by presenting seller with check to cover seller’s equity. Operates office machines to compute rebates or adjustments. Prepares and mails rebates and other papers to clients.