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STEP 1

INFORMATION FOR DEED

Please provide the information needed to prepare your deed. 

STEP 2

PAY ONLINE

You will receive an invoice for your deed via email.  Pay securely online. No account necessary.

Price $195

STEP 3

RECEIVE YOUR DEED

Once payment is received, your deed will be emailed to you.  Clear instructions on how to sign and record your deed will be included.

STEP 1

INFORMATION FOR DEED

Please provide the information needed to prepare your deed. 

STEP 2

PAY ONLINE

You will receive an invoice for your deed via email.  Pay securely online. No account necessary.

Price $195

STEP 3

RECEIVE YOUR DEED

Once payment is received, your deed will be emailed to you.  Clear instructions on how to sign and record your deed will be included.

QUIT CLAIM DEED TEXAS

A Quit Claim Deed is one of the most common methods to transfer title to real estate property.

A quit claim deed is also known as a Quick Claim Deed, Quick Deed or, simply, Quitclaim.

When used appropriately, quitclaims are used to give up or relinquish any claims or interest in a property.

Quitclaims are primarily used between people who know each other. Typically, a quitclaim in does not involve exchange of money.

Examples of when you might use a Quit Claim Deed:

  • When spouses divorce, it is common for one spouse to sign a deed transferring the property to the other spouse.
  • When a property owner dies, it is common for one heir to transfer the property to another heir.
  • When a property owner gets married, it is common for the owner to sign a deed to add his or her new spouse to the title.
  • When a property owner gets married and wants to get a loan on the property, most mortgage companies require the owner to add the new spouse on the title.

A quitclaim gives no warranty of title, which is why most sellers prefer to use it.

Quit Claim vs Warranty Deed

In some situations, it may be unclear whether one should use a quit claim deed versus a warranty deed.

In many cases, sellers prefer to use a Quitclaim Deed.  However, buyers prefer a Warranty Deed.

Do you have questions about a Quit Claim Deed? Call and speak directly with attorney Scott Steinbach at 972-960-1850.  Or email us at steinbachlaw@airmail.net.

At Texas Property Deeds, all deeds are prepared by a Texas licensed attorney Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Residential Real Estate Law.

Quick Claim Deeds

Keep in mind, a Quick Claim Deed is a Quit Claim Deed. They are the same deed. Most correctly, they are referred to as Quitclaim.

When used appropriately, quitclaims are used to give up or relinquish any claims or interest in a property.

Points about Quitclaim

  • In some cases, a quitclaim may not be accepted to transfer title in Texas due to lack of warranty.
  • Quitclaims are generally not sufficient in Texas for title companies to insure a property title. In order to ensure title, title companies may require a warranty or guarantee that the property is free of any liens or encumbrances.
  • If you opt to use a “fill in the blank” quit claim deed form, you may inadvertently be using a deed that is incorrect for the transfer you want to make.
  • Correct language and descriptions are needed.  It may be difficult and costly to correct error(s) once the document has been publicly recorded.

A quitclaim gives no warranty of title. It is used to show that the party signing the document is not making any claims to the property. He or she is “quit claiming” the property.

  • Relinquishes claims to a property but may not actually transfer title.
  • Does not contain any warranty or covenants of title.
  • Title companies in Texas may not insure title without warranty.

Good to know: When possible, we recommend the use of warranty deeds to transfer property title. However, quit claim deeds might be a stepping stone to a warranty deed.

If you have questions about Quit Claim Deeds, speak directly with attorney Scott Steinbach at 972-960-1850.  Or email us at steinbachlaw@airmail.net.

At Texas Property Deeds, all deeds are prepared by a board certified real estate attorney. Enlisting counsel of an attorney with years of experience in such matters is the safest way to make certain your interests are protected.

Having a real estate attorney prepare your deed gives excellent value for your dollar and the peace of mind knowing your deed will be prepared correctly.

Texas Property Deeds is a service of The Steinbach Law Firm. The Steinbach Law Firm prepares all documents for any real estate transaction in Texas.

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State Bar of Texas
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Our service stands above the rest offering you:

  • Your document will be prepared by a Texas licensed attorney, Board Certified in Residential Real Estate Law.
  • All property records verified and confirmed.
  • Pay for your deed securely online.
  • $195 for most deeds.
  • Same day preparation.
  • As part of our service and for no additional fee, you may speak directly with an attorney if you have any questions.

Questions? Call Us!

  • Your document will be prepared by a Texas licensed attorney, Board Certified in Residential Real Estate Law.
  • Same day preparation.
  • All property records verified and confirmed.
  • Pay for your deed securely online.
  • As part of our service and for no additional fee, you may speak directly with an attorney if you have any questions.
  • $195 for most deeds.

Questions? Call Us!

Texas Property Deeds prepares documents for title transfers for any Texas real estate property.

Call attorney Scott Steinbach at 972-960-1850.
Email: SteinbachLaw@airmail.net

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