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Making a Warranty Deed
A Warranty Deed is commonly used to transfer interest in a property or land to a new owner in exchange for an agreed upon sale price. A Warranty Deed is a preferred method of transfer as it provides the Grantee (Buyer) with guarantees that the property purchased is free of debt or other liens and that the Grantor (Seller) has the authority to sell the property.
General Warranty Deed, Full Warranty Deed, Grant Deed
You'll need to have some information at the ready to create your Warranty Deed but most of it you probably know off hand. We'll guide you through the process with our step-by-step process so all you'll have to do is answer a few simple questions. Here are some of the key provisions in a Warranty Deed:
The following are additional or optional terms that you may want to include in your Warranty Deed:
In order to make the Warranty Deed legally binding, the Seller needs to sign it front of a notary public. Then signed and notarized deed must be filed at the city or county office for recording property documents. Before filing with this office all previously billed property taxes must be paid in full.
Warranty Deeds are just one of the property forms and agreements we offer. Here are some of our most popular options:
If you have any questions about what's right for you and your business, consult one of our contracted lawyers for legal advice.