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Closing Made Simple

Sallé Law is committed to technological excellence, utilizing Qualia software to save time and create new levels of efficiency in real estate processes. Qualia’s unified digital closing platform delivers simple and secure buying, selling, and borrowing experiencesbringing simplicity and transparency to the closing process.

What does Qualia do?

Qualia provides our clients, their real estate agents, lenders, homebuyers, and sellers with real-time access to closing information, creating a clear flow of communication, closing updates, and data. Put simply, Qualia is your one-stop portal for all the updates and information related to your closing process with Sallé Law—available whenever you need it, wherever you need it.

Benefits of Qualia

Reduces lost info and surprises at closing

Improves communication and keeps it secure

Serves as a centralized records resource

Provides 24-hour access to information

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Fast. Convenient. Secure.

Here at Sallé Law, we’re always looking for new ways to innovate and make the closing process as easy as it can be for our clients. As a secure, convenient digital payment platform, Earnnest allows buyers to provide a fully digital transfer of earnest money deposits in real estate transactions. Easily stay on top of digital earnest money payments through the Earnnest portal or mobile app.

Frequently Asked Questions

Got questions about the closing process? We’ve got answers. Explore frequently asked questions about the closing process belowand don’t hesitate to reach out for more clarification. At Sallé Law, our team is here to help every step of the way.

Does Sallé hold earnest money?

Yes, we are happy to hold earnest money for closings that our office is handling. To make the process as simple as possible for everyone involved, we accept earnest money through the Earnnest app–a secure, convenient digital payment platform.

We also take checks payable to Sallé Law Firm, PA. Please note that personal checks will need time to be fully settled before they can be disbursed or applied to a closing.

What do I need to bring to my closing?

• Valid driver’s license or other government-issued photo ID
• Funds for closing (certified check or wire transfer)
• Anyone who will be on the title to the property

• Valid driver’s license or other government-issued photo ID
• Keys and anything else you may need to give to buyers
• Wiring instructions for your bank if we are wiring your proceeds

Does my spouse need to sign even if they aren’t on the loan?

If your spouse will be on the title to the property, then yes, your spouse will need to attend the closing. This is true even if he or she is not a “borrower” on the loan.

What types of funds are required for closing?

Funds for closing must be in the form of a certified check—payable to Sallé Law Firm, PA—or a wire transfer.

If you plan on wiring your funds, please be alert–wire fraud is rampant. Do not send any wire transfers unless you have independently verified the correct wiring instructions with our office, either in person or at a phone number you have independently verified to be correct. Please know that we will not change our wiring instructions once we have provided them to you. If you receive any emails, texts, or calls saying otherwise (even if they appear to come from our office, your loan officer or Realtor) they are fraudulent.

Do I need to send funds prior to closing?

• If you are wiring your funds, you should initiate the wire at least a few hours before your closing.
• If you are bringing a certified check you may bring it with you to closing.

Should I order a new survey of the property?

We recommend that buyers obtain a new survey before closing. If you would like our office to order a new survey on your behalf, please contact our team as soon as possible to let us know.

The cost of a new survey varies depending on the size of the property and several other factors. Please be aware that you will be responsible for the cost of the survey even if the closing does not occur.