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Real Estate Transactions and
Transfers

Forms for transferring property titles, securing loans or transacting property.
Contract for Deed

Contract for Deed

A Land Contract (or Contract for Deed) is a contract between a seller and buyer of real estate, where the seller provides the financing for the purchase of the property.
Deed of Trust

Deed of Trust

A Deed of Trust allows a borrower to transfer the legal title of a property to a trustee, who holds it as security for the repayment of debt to the lender.
Letter of Intent

Letter of Intent

A Letter of Intent is a non-binding letter used by two or more parties to outline an understanding for a future agreement.
Offer to Purchase Real Estate

Offer to Purchase Real Estate

An Offer to Purchase Real Estate is a document that sets out the terms of a proposed real estate transaction between a buyer and seller.
Real Estate Purchase Agreement

Real Estate Purchase Agreement

A Real Estate Purchase Agreement is used to document the purchase and sale of real property.
Survivorship Deed

Survivorship Deed

A Survivorship Deed creates a joint tenancy between two or more individuals, where they each have equal interest in a property. Upon the death of one of the owners, his or her interest in the property goes to the surviving owner(s).
Deed of Reconveyance

Deed of Reconveyance

A Deed of Reconveyance is a document which transfers the legal title of property back to the borrower from the trustee when a debt secured by a Deed of Trust is fully paid.
Land Contract

Land Contract

A Land Contract (or Contract for Deed) is a contract between a seller and buyer of real estate, where the seller provides the financing for the purchase of the property.
Mortgage Agreement

Mortgage Agreement

A Mortgage Agreement is used by a lender to secure a loan in the borrower's purchase of real estate.
Quitclaim Deed

Quitclaim Deed

A Quitclaim Deed is used to transfer a title or whatever interest the owner (grantor) may have in property to another person (grantee) without any warranties of title.
Warranty Deed

Warranty Deed

A Warranty Deed transfers the title of a property between individuals, warranting that the grantor has a good clear title and there are no encumbrances on the deed.

Eviction & Lease Notices

Lease notices for both landlords and tenants.
Landlord
Notice of Lease Violation

Notice of Lease Violation

When a tenant has violated a lease term, the landlord can request compliance using a Notice of Lease Violation. If the tenant fails to comply within the specified notice period, the landlord may terminate the lease.
Notice to Quit

Notice to Quit

A Notice to Quit is used by a landlord to evict a tenant from the leased premises.
Notice of Rent Increase

Notice of Rent Increase

A Notice of Rent Increase notifies a tenant that his or her rent will be increasing.
Notice of Termination

Notice of Termination

Notice of Termination is used when: a .The Landlord wishes to terminate a periodic tenancy (such as a month to month lease), or b. The Lease Agreement requires advance notice for the termination of the Lease.
Notice to Pay Rent or Quit

Notice to Pay Rent or Quit

A Notice to Pay or Quit is used by a landlord to request payment when a tenant fails to pay rent on time. The landlord then has the option to evict the tenant if they do not pay.
Tenant
Notice of Intent to Vacate Premises

Notice of Intent to Vacate Premises

A Notice of Intent to Vacate Premises is used when the Tenant (under a fixed term) wants to give notice to the Landlord that the Tenant plans to vacate the Premises at the end of the notice period.
Notice to Repair

Notice to Repair

Notice to Repair is used when the Tenant wants to give notice to the Landlord that the Landlord is breaching a term of the Lease or the state legislation by not properly maintaining the Premises.

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