How to contact Deed 2 deed real estate?
You can contact us at 771-3333 or 771-8899 or via email [email protected]. We can arrange a site visit of your property and specifics of our contract. Our listing period is usually 3-6 months depending on the property and client needs. What is our commission rate?
What does a deed mean for a house?
A mortgage deed is a document signed between a homeowner and a bank or lending institution, allowing said institution to put a lien on the property if the loan isn’t repaid. This deed secures property as collateral for a loan — meaning a “mortgage payment” is paid towards a loan debt, with the house serving as security in the event of a default.
How to find out whose name is on the deed to a house?
How to Find Out Whose Name Is on the Deed to a House. The assessor’s office values property, so new deed information is sent to the office soon after the home changes hands. You can also visit the register of deeds or recorder of deeds for the county in which the property is situated.
How do I obtain a copy of my deeds for my property?
How do I obtain a copy of my deeds? If your property is registered you can obtain a copy of your legal title (‘deeds’) online for a fee of £3 for the register and £3 for the plan associated. There will be a further fee if there any other documents you would like.
Where can I find the deed to my house?
How to Locate the Deed to My House. The deed to your house is the official document stating who has an ownership interest in the property. While new owners receive a copy of the deed at the time of transfer, additional copies are available as public records at the Office of Assessor-Recorder’s office or County Recorders Office.
What do you need to know about a property deed?
The property deed will include a description of the property and identify the grantor (seller) and grantee (buyer) for a particular transaction. Both you and the buyer will need to sign the deed to seal the real estate deal.
What happens when you add someone to your real estate deed?
A deed that conveys an interest in your real estate ownership (“adds someone on”) has the legal effect of giving that additional person the same bundle of rights to which you are entitled. Once the conveyance happens, it cannot be undone except with that other additional owner’s consent.
Who is responsible for preparing a real estate deed?
Legal Description. The seller or the seller’s broker will hire an attorney to prepare the real estate deed to ensure that all of the requirements in the creation of a valid deed are met before the seller conveys title to the property. All real estate deeds must be in writing.