Transfer of Ownership – Contract Agreements and Conveyance Documents

If you have reached agreement with another party to transfer ownership of a property or other item, you’ve come to the right place. Gone are the days of writing out your deal on the back of a cocktail napkin. Rather, in order to fully protect yourself, you need a written contract setting out the terms and conditions of the agreement, together with the actual documents that will serve to transfer title/ownership. Our questionnaires will alert you to certain issues that you may not have considered, but are important to close the transaction successfully.

What documents will I need to convey ownership?

Answer the following questions and we will determine the documents needed in the typical conveyance transaction. Non-conveyance documents maybe accessed below.

1. Does the asset to be transferred consist of real estate, or personal property?

Available Docs

    1. Deed (Assumption of Existing Loan, Assumption of Existing Loan plus extra seller financing, Cash/Gift/Other Consideration, Seller-Financed)
    2. Bill Of Sale
    3. Contract for Deed
    4. Contract for Sale
    5. Right of First Refusal Agreement
    6. 1031 Tax-Deferred Exchange
    7. Joint Tenancy with Right of Survivorship
    8. Contract Termination and Release of Contract
    9. Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure
    10. Assignment of Existing Lease