What Does a House Deed Look like?


A house deed is generally one or two pages that include a detailed description of the house, the date and wording that signifies the transfer of the house from one owner to another. The deed should contain the most current addresses as well. It has a space for signatures of the seller and the buyer, as well as for a notary public signature and stamp.
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Depending on the age of the house, older house deeds may be on parchment with a sealing wax and a sliver. The deed will also always give the names of the parties involved, and the description of the property (house). However, all deeds are now held electronically and you can get them as an A4 size hard paper copy.
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