You Should Never Own Property in Your Name!
Transfer your deed into your LLC, Corporation or Trust! If the property is in the name of your company or trust, the property can be transferred smoothly to whom you choose. This is something very important that should not be put off.
We at One Good Deed will draw up your deed the correct way to transfer your property into your company or trust. All we will need from you is a current deed, the address to that property, and the name and date of your LLC or Trust.
This is one of the most important things you can do for you loved ones and your estate . . . and we can help!
Transfer Your Property Today
We charge $150 - $200 per deed plus the recording fee. The recording fees vary from each county. These range anywhere from $5 to $200 per deed. For a quote e-mail us and tell us what county your property is located and we will get you a quote.
Warranty Deed vs. Quit Claim Deed - Coming Soon!
We get a lot of questions regarding the differences between deeds. And we listen! Come back soon for a listing of deeds and their differences.
Who’s afraid of the “Due On Sale Clause”?
Anytime you transfer your property, you trigger the possibility of the mortgage company requesting payment for the property IN FULL. That’s because mortgage companies write into their contract a “due on sale clause” that states when you sell a property they must be paid for the entire loan. Makes sense right? But did you know that the mortgage company can require this if they see the property has been transferred to anyone but you? That means to your LLC or a trust!
A Safety Net for You
That’s why we write in a special clause right on the face of the transfer deed to protect the due on sale clause from happening to you . . . ever!