Sellers typically have two choices on how to receive their money at closing: title company check or wire transfer. Even if a buyer is paying cash, the title company performing the closing won’t have a bag of money at the table. A title company check works much like a regular check that you’ll bring to your bank and deposit with the funds usually being available in 2-3 days. A wire transfer typically costs a fee to have sent but has the advantage of delivering the funds into your account for immediate or next day use. If you’re getting a wire transfer, remember to work face to face with your bank and the title company to avoid any frauds or scams that are commonly initiated via scam emails.