What's the difference between trustee deed and warranty deed. I looked online and the definitions are confusing. If someone can break it down for me, please?
@Vivian O. the simplest way to think of it is that a Warranty Deed gives full ownership and maximum rights to the owner with no restrictions other than those imposed by the government on all properties and by your lien holder if you have a mortgage.
A Trustee Deed gives ownership with restrictions. There are different types of restrictions but the most common is that a person or entity is given ownership once the current owner or beneficiary dies, but this is not the only trigger just a common one.
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