How to Add a Person to a House Deed?

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To add a person to a deed, you must prepare a new deed with all current owners listed as the seller, and all current owners plus the new person listed as the buyer. Then you must insert the legal description of the property with all current owners signing the deed with a witness and notary. The last requirement is that the deed must be recorded in the office of the clerk or register of the county where the property is located.
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1. Notify your home loan lender. Since the mortgage company technically owns the property, call the company and ask about the process of adding someone's name to the mortgage deed
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Answer The easiest method is called a Quit Claim deed. It transfers the property from the current owners to the new owners, which would include all the old owners and those you wish
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1. Pick a location along the bottom of the wall near an outside corner of the room where you are going to add the cable. Check the location with an electricity sensor to make sure
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You probably need to go through a lawyer.
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1 Additional Answer
The fastest way to add persons to an already existing house deed is to expedite a Quit Claim Deed. This can be done with the help of a title company or an attorney.
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