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Signing the documents is the final part of the loan process for the borrower. At this time, a notary will be there to notarize the paperwork Any fees that need to be paid will be done at this time. A typical signing will take 1 ½ to 2 hours depending on how thorough the explanation of the documents are and how many questions the borrower has. Once you are done signing the documents, you will have 3 days to think the loan over. If during this time you decide that you are not satisfied with the conditions then you may cancel your loan. If not then you are complete with the loan process.

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