On possession day your team of professionals are putting things together behind the scenes to get you your keys. They are working hard for you, and there are a lot of final details that are getting ironed out. Usually home buyers are raring to go by the time the call come from their Realtor. They are packed up and ready to move. It is not uncommon for a buyer to meet their Realtor at their office or at their new home, depending on each other’s schedules. I also want to mention that all of the Seller’s Realtor’s advertising (signs, keysafes, etc.) should be removed before possession day. The Sold sign is not permitted to be on your property once you are rightful owners. Once the owners enter their new home the 1st things they should do is establish that the home is “substantially the same as when the home was sold” as per the purchase contract. If there are any issues in this regard, then both the buyer’s and seller’s Realtor should be notified immediately in order to solve any issues. The best practice is for the Buyers Realtor and the Buyer(s) to do a quick walk through at the home on possession day to make sure that there haven’t been any substantial changes.