Multiple Documents Are Filed on Property - Do We Only Need Deed of Trust(s)
Even when there are multiple documents/deeds for a real estate transaction, the Deed of Trust can be used without need to refer to all other documents. The primary purpose of Real Estate Secrets is to secure chain of title all the way back to the year(s) a treaty was initiated, granting land to the USA.
Can One Quit-Claim Deed The Property After Foreclosure Proceedings
No. Even though the loan was fraudulent and they never lent any money, one cannot transfer property into a trust after foreclosure. No equity = No standing. Once title transfers, the mortgage company has the title to the home and there is nothing ...
Quit Claim Deed into Trust and Tax Implications
What Is a Quit Claim Deed A quit claim deed is a type of deed that transfers ownership of real property from one person to another without any types of warranties. This means that if you receive property via a quit claim deed, you're taking it as it ...
Does A Trust Supersede A Will & What If A Will Is Filed With The Courts
The trust is better if one desires to avoid probate. If the Will is filed with the court, the filing will need to be removed; otherwise, the filed Will may be misconstrued as the one's last testament.
What Happens When Property, Businesses and A Spouse Go Through A Divorce
If one's spouse is on the deed to a property, owns a percentage of interest in an entity, then that spouse is entitled to whatever their percentage of ownership equates to in dollars. For the issuance of Capital Interest Certificates (CIC) in a ...
Quitclaim Deed Property with Back Taxes into Trust
Quitclaim deeds can avoid title companies, clear title requirements and more. Unfortunately, quitclaim deeds require payment of all back taxes before one can receive the property.