How to Add a Joint Owner to a Real Estate Deed

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To Add a Joint Owner to a Real Estate Deed, you have to Review your current deed. After that, get a blank copy of a quitclaim deed. You need to ensure the quitclaim deed reflects the state in which the property resides. Then, Hire a notary public to witness the execution of the deed. Next, complete the quitclaim deed with all current vested owners and the new joint owner.

You must Double-check the document for address, name and date accuracy. You should Have the notary public sign, date as well as stamp the deed. Forth, make copies for all vested owners. You can bring the original to the Registry of Deeds for your town. You have to ask the abstractor at the Registry to record the document. You need to Write down the book as well as page number where the document is recorded for your records.

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