Texas Power of Attorney for Mortgage Closing
You can't be in two places at once. But with this Durable Special Power of Attorney form, you can close a mortgage loan for a Texas property while you're somewhere else altogether!
- Under this Power of Attorney form, you can appoint an attorney-in-fact as your agent, with authority to sign all the required documents to place a mortgage on your property.
- The powers granted under this document are limited only to the extent of dealing with the mortgage. Once that's completed, the authority of the attorney-in-fact comes to an end.
- This is a durable power of attorney, which means it remains in effect even if you become incompetent or incapable of managing your affairs.
Get this Texas Power of Attorney for Mortgage Closing form, and rest assured that your loan will close on time even if you can't be there to make it happen.
Last Updated: 14-April-2016