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What Is a Deed of Trust?

A deed of trust is a financial document which evidences an underlying debt — that's why it is commonly drafted along with a promissory note.

The trustee named in the document holds the “Power of Sale” over the property; this means that if the debtor ceases making payments and defaults on the note, the trustee has the right to take steps to foreclose upon and sell your property to recover the balance of the debt.

On the other hand, once the note has been paid, the trustee is also responsible for giving or “reconveying” the title back to the debtor.

The Document People Can Help You Prepare a Deed of Trust

A trust deed must be notarized and submitted to the County Recorder for the community where the property is located.

We can assist you with preparing the deed, the notarization, and the recording process, all for a flat fee.

Please contact us for pricing and additional information.