What documents do buyers sign?

What documents do buyers sign?
About:  They are regulated by state and/or federal governments.  You cannot make any changes to them and you have to sign them exactly as they are.  There are only 6 things that differ from your loan and everyone else’s loans in Kentucky: Names, dates, dollar amounts, interest rates, property address and the length of your loan.  That’s it.  Everything else is boiler plate and identical all across Kentucky.  On conforming loans, the type most borrowers choose, 98% of the docs are the same all across the U.S.  In these documents you are usually either a) agreeing to something; b) swearing that something is true, or c) acknowledging receipt of the document and/or that you understand the document. The lender has to have you sign many of these documents in order to be able to go after you in the event you have (or will) commit fraud that causes then a financial loss.
Actual:
a. Closing Disclosure and Settlement Statement – These summarize the transaction – show who’s paying what and who’s receiving what.  The key to the transaction and usually reviewed first.
b. Title company’s few documents. 
c. Promissory Note – says you promise to pay the lender back the amount that you’re borrowing – shows interest rate, 1st and last payment dates.
d. Mortgage – Says if you don’t pay, you don’t stay – gives the lender the right to repossess your house if you default on your loan.
e. The rest of the documents.