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Arizona Quitclaim Deed

Quitclaim Deed

A Quitclaim Deed is a popular way to add, remove, or transfer title in Arizona. With a Quitclaim Deed (often mistakenly referred to as a “Quick Claim Deed“) the GRANTOR offers no “guarantees” as to their ownership interest in the property or the condition of the title. Traditionally, it is used between family members or to clean up clouds on title. Basically, it says this:

I’m not guaranteeing¬†anything,¬†but whatever interest I may have in the property I’m giving to you. I’m off title!”

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A Quitclaim Deed is used no convey title from a “Grantor” to a “Grantee“, and makes no warranties as to the Grantor‘s right, title or interest in the property. As a result, it offers very little protection to the Buyer/Grantee, and is most often used between family members, or to clean up a cloud on title. We will draw your Quitclaim Deed to exact specifications, assist with signing and notarization, and record the document in the appropriate county, keeping you notified every step of the way. What do you get with our Quitclaim Deed Service? We guide you through the information to determine what attachments you need Get you a copy of the current vesting deed Prepare and deliver your documents with signing instructions (or you can sign in our office for free) Record your document with the appropriate county. That’s it, you’ve successfully transferred title! We’re there for you every step of the way.

Price: $160.00

Arizona Warranty Deed

A Warranty Deed is the industry standard instrument used to convey title to real property in Arizona.

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When you wish to transfer property from one owner to another, the industry standard instrument used is the Warranty Deed. A Warranty Deed is used in most sales, and says that the “Grantor” (Seller) is the rightful owner and has the right to transfer the title. It also says that the grantor will guarantee no defects in title, and this guarantee applies to previous owners as well. This gives the “Grantee” (Buyer) added protections not given by a quitclaim deed. Docprepper.com can accurately prepare the Warranty Deed to your specifications, assist with signing and notarization, and record the document with the County Recorder‘s office. We make the process simple, and keep you informed every step of the way!

Price: $160.00

Arizona Special Warranty Deed

Special Warranty Deed

A Special Warranty Deed is quickly becoming the preferred instrument when transferring title. Find out why those “in the know” favor this instrument, and let docprepper.com help you with yours!

Many industry insiders will request a Special Warranty Deed when transferring ownership of a property. Why is this? With a General Warranty Deed the “Grantor” (Seller) makes a warranty that there are no issues with the chain of title, going back to previous owners. A Special Warranty Deed, however, only makes guarantees for the period of time the grantor actually owned the property. It says, “I did not cause any problems to the chain of title during my period of ownership” but doesn’t go further than that. and gives more protection to the “Grantee” (Buyer) than a Quitclaim Deed, but not as much as a Warranty Deed.

Docprepper.com can accurately prepare Special Warranty Deeds to your specifications, assist with signing and notarization, and record the document with the County Recorder‘s office. We make the process simple, and keep you informed every step of the way!

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What are the steps involved? We guide you through the information to determine what attachments you need Help you find a copy of the current vesting deed Prepare and deliver your documents with signing instructions (or you can sign in our office for free) Record your document with the appropriate county. That’s it, you’ve successfully transferred title! We’re there for you every step of the way.

Price: $160.00

Promissory Note

A Promissory Note is a “promise to pay” made by a “Payor” (Borrower) to a “Payee” (Lender). In real estate, this is usually secured by a Deed of Trust. Docprepper.com specializes in Notes and Deeds of Trust!

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A Promissory Note is an official version of an “IOU”, and describes the terms of repayment for a loan. Details such as the interest rate, term of the loan, and late fees are all spelled out in the Promissory Note. These documents are legally binding when properly prepared and executed. Promissory Notes can be secured or unsecured by collateral. In real estate, the Promissory Note is usually secured by a Deed of Trust, which is then recorded as a lien against the property. Docprepper.com will help you to prepare your Promissory Note according to the terms you define. Simply answer a few questions and we can prepare your Note so it reflects your wishes. If you want the Note secured by a Deed of Trust, we can do that too! Our Note and Deed of Trust package is perfect for investors, family loans, etc.

Price: $250.00

Deed of Trust

A Deed of Trust is recorded to secure a lien against a property. Usually used to secure a Promissory Note.

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A Deed of Trust is the documents that pledges real property to secure repayment of a loan. This document is recorded as a lien against the property. The details of a loan are usually spelled out in a Promissory Note, which is not recorded. The Deed of Trust is used instead of a mortgage for many states, including Arizona, Alaska, California, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. The property is deeded by the title holder (trustor) to a trustee (often a title or escrow company, or lawyer) which holds the title in trust for the beneficiary (the lender of the money). When the loan is fully paid, the trustor requests the trustee to return the title by reconveyance. If the loan becomes delinquent the beneficiary can file a notice of default and, if the loan is not brought current, can demand that the trustee begin foreclosure on the property so that the beneficiary may either be paid or obtain title. At docprepper.com, we can draw Deed of Trust, help you execute the documents, record the Deed of Trust in the proper county, and keep you informed of the progress every step of the way. Find out about our special Note and Deed of Trust combo package, too!

Price: $250.00

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