Warranty Deed (Assumption of Existing Loan plus extra seller financing)
A deed is the document in Texas that serves to actually transfer title to a parcel of real estate from one owner to another. It must be signed by the Grantor, notarized by a notary public, delivered to and accepted by the Grantee, and filed of record at the appropriate county courthouse to be fully effective. In drafting a deed, careful consideration must be made as to whether the parties are married, whether minerals will convey, whether restrictions do or shall affect the property, and the status of financing and liens.
Documents to be prepared for you: “Follow-Through” Instructions, Contract of Sale, Warrant Deed, Promissory Note, Deed of Trust.