What is a Washington Warranty Deed?
In Washington, the requirements for a Warranty deed are simple: it must be in writing, contain a legal description of the property, be signed by the grantor, and the grantor's signature must be notarized.
Warranty deeds are commonly used in purchase transactions where the buyer wants assurances as to the title of the property.
When to use a Washington Warranty Deed:
- You are buying or selling real property and the parties have agreed that the seller will convey title with full warranties.
After Recording Return to:
STATUTORY WARRANTY DEED
Abbreviated Legal Description:
Assessor's Tax Parcel Number:
THE GRANTOR, and for and in consideration of $1 and other good and valuable consideration, in hand paid, conveys and warrants to the GRANTEE, and the following described real property, situated in the County of , State of Washington:
Subject to covenants, conditions, restrictions, and easements, if any, affecting title, which may appear in the public record, including those shown on any recorded plat or survey.
Tax parcel no.
Commonly known as: , , Washington
I certify that I know or have satisfactory evidence that and