Do you incur property taxes if you transfer a deed?

Answer When a deed transfer is filed properly, the person whom the deed was transferred to becomes responsible for property taxes. The person transferring the deed does not incur any property taxes. A qu... Read More »

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What is a transfer of property deed?

A property transfer deed is a legal document that states ownership of a property is changing. The property ownership can go to person to person, business to business or a combination of the two. Th... Read More »

How do I transfer ownership on a property deed in Virginia?

LiensMake sure all liens, claims, and impediments are removed from the deed.AccuracyEnsure the accuracy of the deed by checking the legal description, names of the owners and transferring parties.S... Read More »

Is a deed of trust a transfer of property in Virginia?

A deed of trust in Virginia is a transfer of property. However, when a deed of trust is being used, the property may be transferred only if the person borrowing the money defaults on loan payments.... Read More »

How to Transfer the Taxes for Putting a Wife on the Deed?

Quitclaim deeds are documents that convey interest, or ownership, in a property from one party to another. The quitclaim deed is often used between related parties because a guarantee of clear prop... Read More »