Share

If you need to extend your closing date, there are specific rules you have to follow in order to be allowed to. If you live in Kansas or Missouri, know that there are very few differences in getting approval for extending your home closing date. Namely, who oversees the closing of the home.

Extending Closing Dates in Missouri

When extending the home closing date in Missouri, the closing process is overseen by:

  • Title companies
  • Lenders
  • Real estate agents
  • Attorneys

Like with any extension, if you do not take advantage of the due diligence period or there is no defect in the home, then you will need to negotiate for one with the help of any of the above parties. Just remember, there is no guarantee that the seller will grant an extension if you ask for one.

Extending Closing Dates in Kansas

If you are trying to extend the closing date in Kansas, closings slightly differ from Missouri in that they are handled by:

  • Title companies
  • Lenders
  • Real estate agents
  • Attorneys
  • Independent escrow firms

As you can see, there are few differences between who handles closing dates in Missouri and Kansas. Again, these parties can help you negotiate for an extension—especially if an issue is found in the home before the agreed-upon closing date.

Get a Home Mortgage Today

Call Cornerstone Mortgage, Inc. for More Info

Share