Landmark Title Group
Landmark Title Group Shreveport © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
1011 N. Causeway Blvd, Suite 3
Mandeville, LA 70471
(985) 624 - 5678 phone
(985) 624 - 5434 fax
3646 Youree Drive
Shreveport, LA 71105
(318) 219 - 1001 phone
(318) 219 - 1002 fax
Landmark TItle has served the real estate needs of our clients in Louisiana and Mississippi for over 35 years. Our offices are located in Mandeville, LA and Shreveport, LA. We serve the parishes of Caddo, Bossier, DeSoto, Webster, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard, Livingston, St. Charles, Washington and St. Helena. In Mississippi, we serve Biloxi, Gulfport, Long Beach, Jackson and Pass Christian.
Whether you are selling to relocate or are just ready to find a home that fits a growing family, we understand that having a smooth, timely closing and courteous team working with you is important. Landmark Title Group is available throughout the process to answer any questions and help you understand what to expect at closing.
- If you've had a change in marital status or name change, let your closer know
immediately so that documents may be prepared correctly.
- If you will be unable to attend the closing, you must designate a Power of Attorney to
represent you at the closing. Let your closer know this as soon as possible prior to
closing so documents can be approved and any additional documentation prepared.
- If you would like a wire transfer of your proceeds from the sale, you will need to contact
your bank prior to closing for wire instructions. (Some banks charge a fee for wires.)
- Typical closings take 1 to 2 hours to complete so we will work with you to finalize a
date/time that works with all parties' schedules.
A government issued ID (a valid driver's license, a picture ID issued by the state or a valid passport)
Unless alternate agreements have been made regarding date of possession, the seller brings the house keys to give the buyer at closing.
At the beginning of the closing, the closer will make a copy of your picture ID.
The closer will review the settlement sheet with the seller and the buyer and will answer any questions. The buyer and seller will each sign the settlement sheet. All real estate documents are reviewed for accuracy and are signed. The buyer reviews their new lender loan package and signs all appropriate documents.
Once all documents are signed, the closer will distribute the checks to the appropriate parties and keys transferred to the buyer (again, if no exceptions for date of possession have been arranged).
You may receive your signed closing documents via email or copies can be made at closing.