Generally, transfers between parents and children are considered gifts -- unless
your child actually purchases the home from you. A quit claim deed can be used
There are basically three ways of "putting a child's name" on real estate: 1) an
outright gift; 2) a deed reserving a life estate; 3) a "transfer on death" deed.
The costs associated with a deed transfer will vary by state and by how the
transfer is accomplished. Filing a deed yourself may be the cheapest method, but
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