Thanks in advance - I need some guidance on a sale that is effectively a "transfer" to a family member.
In 2010 I bought a lot with a shell of a double wide trailer on it. We fixed it up (quite extravagantly, I might add) and my mother-in-law lived in it until her passing. Now I am selling to one of her sons.
It will be a no contingencies, no inspections, no nothing deal. We will spell out a cash price and handling of taxes.
I have warranty deed for the land - no title for the trailer. That in itself will not be a problem.
I have a copy of the as is / where is contract from which I purchased the property.
Should I simply refill in the blanks? If so, do I just call 1800-Title Company?
Should I pay a realtor a commission to draw up the contract and present it to a title company?
Any other questions I should I be asking?
Sub $20K purchase.
@Rob Golob Does the buyer have the cash or will their be financing? If its cash or seller financing, have a local law firm facilitate the transaction by drafting the deed in exchange for a cashier's check or note and deed of trust (mortgage).
Best of luck!
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