How to Prepare a Deed of Trust (Real Estate Seller Financing Tutorial)

How to Prepare a Deed of Trust (Real Estate Seller Financing Tutorial)


7 thoughts on “How to Prepare a Deed of Trust (Real Estate Seller Financing Tutorial)

  1. My question: Can you correct my deed to a DEED ABSOLUTE so that no codes, statutes or ordinances can be used or enforced against it due to absolute
    ownership

  2. I sold an empty lot and carry a second deed of trust which was in default and delinquent, the Buyer ask me to subordinate the note to a new lender so he could pay the delinquent first deed of trust, I had no option, but sign otherwise the First deed of trust would have foreclose and I my second deed of trust would have been worthless. My question is can I sell this deed of trust for a discount? the good point is that when I subordinated the deed of trust I have the buyer sign a document personal guaranty of payment. In selling the deed of trust I believe that I have to disclose to the buyer of my not all the information that I have concerning the note (and rightfully so). I sure would appreciate your answer. Could you recommend a realtor or a note agency that could sell my note? I will be looking forward to your reply, thank you.

  3. Hi Seth, when trying to close in house with a person out of state, are you mailing documents back and forth for signatures or signing online? Also do you need any documents to be notarized and do you do that any special way?

  4. Your videos have really helped me a lot thank you. On a land contract what if the buyer doesn't make payments on the home improvements he had a contractor do and the contractor places a lean on the home?

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