deed of trust

When a borrower owes multiple creditors — for example, if a real estate investor takes out a loan to buy a property and then another loan to pay for construction on that property, and both loans are secured by the same collateral — one lender has the right to be paid first. In California, the …

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Deeds of trust are important legal tools used in real estate transactions in jurisdictions across the country. Comprehending what a deed of trust entails and how it functions is essential for all parties involved in process of buying or selling real estate. What Is a Deed of Trust? When purchasing real estate with a mortgage …

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When using a deed of trust to either fund the acquisition of real estate or secure a loan using your property as collateral, a valid trustee is a mandatory component of the process. The majority of states that utilize deeds of trust as opposed to mortgages have statutes governing the specific prerequisites a trustee must …

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