Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or a seasoned homeowner, signing a real estate deed is a big commitment. It has huge implications on your future and the future of those you’ll leave behind. This #WebinarWednesday replay explores what you need to know before you sign a real estate deed.
What You Need to Know Before You Sign A Real Estate Deed
Estate Planning & Elder Law Attorney Bob Mannor has years of experience working firsthand with real estate deeds. He’s seen the good, the bad, and the ugly deeds and the impact each has on a person’s estate planning goals. You will be surprised to see some of the ways a deed can become a planning issue. Watch this presentation replay to answer important questions like:
- What’s the difference between a Quit Claim Deed, a Warranty Deed, and a Fiduciary Deed?
- Who actually holds the deed when you have a mortgage?
- Who holds the deed when you have a land contract?
- What happens if your deed is lost?
- Can the county reject my deed?
What To Do Next
If you’ve purchased real estate, an estate plan is the next step to protecting and preserving this asset for years to come. If you don’t have an estate plan, or if you would like our firm to take a second look at your current estate plan contact us. The call will last approximately 15 minutes and will allow us to gather information about you and your concerns as well as give you the chance to interview us and ask questions about our firm. There is no cost or risk for this call. We look forward to helping you!