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What type of deed do I need?

There are three basic kinds of deeds: a general warranty deed, a special warranty deed, and a non-warranty or quitclaim deed. If you are a buyer, you want your deed to get you everything you bargained for. If you are a seller, you do not want to make promises about the property's title that you cannot keep.

What kind of deed do I need?

There are three basic kinds of deeds: a general warranty deed, a special warranty deed, and a non-warranty or quitclaim deed. If you are a buyer, you want your deed to get you everything you bargained for. A general warranty deed is the most common. Most home sales between strangers involve a general warranty deed.

Which type of deed is used in foreclosures?

Bargain and sale deed This type of deed sometimes is used in foreclosure and tax sales. Warranties can be put into the deed to make it similar to the special warranty deed, and in that case, it's referred to as a bargain and sale deed with covenant against grantors acts.

Should I put my wife's name on deed?

While there are some good reasons to add your new spouse to your Deed, there's also a reason why you shouldn't. Ultimately, there is no right answer. When you put your spouse on the Deed to a property that you owned individually prior to marriage, you are creating what's called a tenancy by the entireties.

How do I put my wife's name on deed?

To add a spouse to a deed, start by reading over your mortgage carefully with your spouse. Next, obtain a quitclaim form from the county recorder's office where the property is located. If your goal is to avoid probate, be sure to specify on the form that you're claiming as joint tenants with a right of survivorship.

How do I add my wife's name to a deed?

To add a spouse to a deed, start by reading over your mortgage carefully with your spouse. Next, obtain a quitclaim form from the county recorder's office where the property is located. If your goal is to avoid probate, be sure to specify on the form that you're claiming as joint tenants with a right of survivorship.

How do you add someone's name to a deed?

Adding someone to your house deed requires the filing of a legal form known as a quitclaim deed. When executed and notarized, the quitclaim deed legally overrides the current deed to your home. By filing the quitclaim deed, you can add someone to the title of your home, in effect transferring a share of ownership.

Should I put my spouse on deed?

While there are some good reasons to add your new spouse to your Deed, there's also a reason why you shouldn't. Ultimately, there is no right answer. When you put your spouse on the Deed to a property that you owned individually prior to marriage, you are creating what's called a tenancy by the entireties.
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