Selling inherited house. The closing was supposed to be yesterday but I haven’t heard anything

Hello. I’ve never owned a house before but I recently inherited a house from a late family member. We live in a different state than where the property is located. We were scheduled to close yesterday. I previously submitted wire transfer instructions and I was sort of waiting around for someone to call me to confirm the information was correct (routing number, acct number) but received no call. I asked the real estate agent if the closing occurred and how it went. He has not responded. My bank account shows no received wire.

I’m new to this. can someone please explain to me what is supposed to happen from the seller’s viewpoint at closing? I’d greatly appreciate it. I probably was misguided but yesterday I cleared my schedule to make sure I’d be available for the closing. I’m just clueless about what is supposed to happen and when and whatnot.

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Hello. I’ve never owned a house before but I recently inherited a house from a late family member. We live in a different state than where the property is located. We were scheduled to close yesterday. I previously submitted wire transfer instructions and I was sort of waiting around for someone to call me to confirm the information was correct (routing number, acct number) but received no call. I asked the real estate agent if the closing occurred and how it went. He has not responded. My bank account shows no received wire. I’m new to this. can someone please explain to me what is supposed to happen from the seller’s viewpoint at closing? I’d greatly appreciate it. I probably was misguided but yesterday I cleared my schedule to make sure I’d be available for the closing. I’m just clueless about what is supposed to happen and when and whatnot. submitted by /u/Junior_Cook8321 [link] [comments]

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