Who can be a trustee on a deed of trust?

Answer A trustee is an individual whom you entrust with the duty to manage your trust assets.Family TiesYour trustee cannot be related to you through blood or marriage.Age of TrusteeA trustee is given dut... Read More »

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Who appoints the trustee on a deed of trust?

The trustee under a deed of trust is chosen by agreement between the other two parties to the deed of trust: the trustor (borrower/homeowner) and beneficiary (lender). The trustee is usually a titl... Read More »

Who can act as trustee in a deed of trust in Texas?

Texas, one of the few states that allows either mortgages or deeds of trust, allows corporations such as title companies, escrow companies and banks to serve as trustees. A beneficiary can also ser... Read More »

What Is a Substitution of Trustee to a Deed of Trust in California?

California is one of several states that allows for mortgage foreclosure through a private transaction called a trustee's sale. A substitution of trustee under a trust deed is a legal document that... Read More »

What is the difference between a deed of trust and a warranty deed?

A deed is a document that conveys some type of legal interest in a parcel of real property. Warranty deeds and deeds of trust differ in the types of interests they convey.General FunctionA warranty... Read More »