Quitclaim deed. DIY Transferring property.

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here's an example of a quick claim deed

this is a great way to save some money

if you're already have some properties

and you're decided to open up a business

account such as an LLC and you want to

transfer your rental properties into the

LLC you can save quite a bit of money by

not using a lawyer and doing a quick

claim deed also a lot of people use

these when you're transferring

properties between family members stuff

like that where you don't actually have

to have a lawyer kind of make sure the

proper information is updated and all

that stuff if you're good at looking at

that kind of stuff finding out if

there's any liens on it many times you

can go to the Secretary of State website

and find out if there's any liens or any

of that kind of stuff then you can

probably go ahead and do this yourself

and save those lawyer fees right now

most lawyers are charging a minimum of

two hundred and fifty dollars to do this

and this actually takes probably less

than fifteen minutes they're really

pretty easy to do some of the forms are

a little different but they're pretty

close they have the same information on

there I'm gonna go ahead and show you

what kind of stuff you need to fill out

I've seen a lot of forms where this is

all on one page I like those better this

is the example I have for you guys right


it's gonna need to be notarized so for

example it was you selling it to your

LLC that's what you would have here and

then you'd still have the sign for it

and have it notarized and then here's

the little information on how to fill it

out if you have any questions on what to

put in these things

but again these things are really easy

it's pretty simple to fill out and do

and if you have for example if you've

been accumulating a couple rental

properties and now you're deciding to

put it in an LLC for example and let's

say you have five rental properties this

would save you quite a bit of money

being able to do just a quick claim deed

forms are sometimes a little different

but they all have about the same

information on it the main thing you're

really going to need to know is in

getting right is the property tax for

sale account number and the reason that

is is because that's actually not the

legal act that's not the address but

it's the legal description so it's going

to be sometimes they're really long and

either you already have to have the deed

to get that or you can actually go to

your County Assessors page and do a

location search and then it'll you want

to go to the legal description and that

would be the legal description that

you'd want to put down there and it's

also will have your parcel account

number so hopefully this helps out if

you're interested in trying to do some

quick claims on your own