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?
- Deed (Assumption of Existing Loan, Assumption of Existing Loan plus extra seller financing, Cash/Gift/Other Consideration, Seller-Financed)
- Bill Of Sale
- Contract for Deed
- Contract for Sale
- Right of First Refusal Agreement
- 1031 Tax-Deferred Exchange
- Joint Tenancy with Right of Survivorship
- Contract Termination and Release of Contract
- Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure
- Assignment of Existing Lease