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Joint tenancy. Tenancy in common. Tenants by entirety. Sole ownership. Community property.
Sole ownership. If you are single, one way to hold title to your home is in your name alone. Tenants in common. Joint tenancy with right of survivorship. Community property. Living trust.
Married couples might also hold title in Joint Tenancy. In a joint tenancy the couple will hold title to their real estate jointly with equal undivided interests and withrights of survivorship. An undivided interest is an ownership right to use and possess the entire property.
Ways for a Person to Hold the Title to Real Property. Deeds are the legal documents that convey property ownership between two parties. After the grantee's name, the vesting is cited -- or how he will hold the title. You can hold the title as an individual or with other people in a form of co-ownership.
California married couples generally have three options to take title to their community (vs separate) property real estate: community property, joint tenancy or Community Property with Right of Survivorship. The latter coming into play in California July of 2001.
Ways for a Person to Hold the Title to Real Property. Deeds are the legal documents that convey property ownership between two parties. The most recent deed on public record indicates who the legal owner of the property is, and thus this person is said to hold the title.
Sole ownership. If you are single, one way to hold title to your home is in your name alone. Tenants in common. Joint tenancy with right of survivorship. Community property. Living trust.
Utilizing a revocable trust is the best way for a married couple to take title. Titling property in your trust avoids probate upon the death of both the initial and surviving spouses and preserves the capital gains step up for the entire property on the first death.
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