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Lender Resources

Aldridge Pite, LLP has extensive experience representing lenders of all sizes, from large institutional lenders down to small community banks. Just as every lender relationship is important to us, every closing is important to us. Each relationship and closing is managed with critical emphasis on quality and proactive communication. The vast experience of our attorneys and staff enable us to recognize and resolve timely the unique issues that arise in the closing context, including complex title issues. We look forward to the opportunity to work with you on your next closing and to that end, you may find the following information helpful.

Title

For metro-Atlanta counties, our average title examination turn-around time is typically two to four business days. Title examinations in non-metro counties may take longer, as may a title examination on a property with significant title issues.

Please email title requests to GAClosings@aldridgepite.com or fax to 888-782-2608.

Scheduling

Closings are normally scheduled between the hours of 9am and 5pm Monday through Friday, excluding holidays observed by our firm. Exceptions may be made for the convenience of the parties and additional fees may apply.

Please email scheduling requests to GAClosings@aldridgepite.com.

HUD-1

Settlement Statements (HUD-1) are prepared within 24 hours of the receipt of lender closing instructions, in most cases.

Please email closing instructions to GAClosings@aldridgepite.com or fax to 888-782-2608.

Statewide Closings

We are your “one stop shop” for closings anywhere in Georgia. We accomplish closings statewide through our local counsel network of experienced real estate attorneys. We function as the settlement agent and manage the entire series of events that make up the closing. We do not accomplish closings through the use of “witness only” attorneys or notary networks.

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