02 business days
1001 business day (*Rush requests require a $100 surcharge.)
300Quitclaim Deed ($300)
375Warranty Deed ($375)
A quitclaim deed is usually used only for a transfer between family members or, in some case, a person and their trust or into an entity (e.g., an LLC). If the person taking title is a purchaser or otherwise a third party, a Warranty Deed is likely the better choice. A Warranty Deed is always required if the transferee/buyer is securing a mortgage.
Parcel / Tax ID No.:
Sale Price (if any) or if no sale, estimated fair value of property:
Some states require a statement in the deed of the value of the property being transferred. If the transfer is not a sale and you don't know the value, you may consider using the current assessed value. Either way, a figure is required.
Grantor/Transferor/Seller Name #1
Name of spouse (if married) (or name of former spouse)
Grantor/Transferor/Seller Name #2
Name of spouse (if married)
If the Grantor/Transferor/Seller is an individual and is married, most states require the spouse be included as a Grantor/Transferor/Seller.
List the legal name of the person, the full name of the LLC, or other entity or name of the trust.
Grantor/Transferee/Buyer Relationship to Grantee (if any):
Date of Trust
Beneficiaries of Trust
Grantee/Transferee/Buyer #1 Mailing Address
MarriedSingleDivorcedn/a (because trust or entity is grantee/transferee/buyer)
List the legal name of the person, the full name of the LLC or other entity, or name of the trust.
Grantee/Transferee/Buyer #2 Mailing Address
Joint Tenants with Right of SurvivorshipTenants by the EntiretiesSole & Separate PropertyTenants in Common
Right of Survivorship means that when one joint owner dies, the property passes to the surviving owner(s). Tenants by the Entireties is just between spouses and only in certain states. If the Grantee/Transferee/Buyer is a single person or entity, then select "Sole & Separate Property". Tenants in Common means that each owner has an interest in the property that will pass at his or her death to his estate or remain in the trust or entity that owns the interest. In other words, it does not pass to the survivor co-owner(s) automatically.
Upload a copy of the current (most recent) deed.
If you have a title commitment from a title company, upload it here.
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