PREPARING A QUITCLAIM DEED PACKAGE STARTING AT $200.00
WHAT OUR PACKAGE INCLUDES:
Prepare the Quitclaim Deed
A quitclaim deed is a type of deed that transfers an interest in real property, like a house, vacant land or a mobile home. The person giving the property is the grantor. The person receiving the property is the grantee. Quitclaim deeds are sometimes referred to as quit claim or quick claim deeds.
Prepare the Preliminary Change of Ownership Report
Each county assessor's office in California reviews all recorded deeds for that county to determine which properties require reappraisal under the law. Proposition 13 requires the county assessor to reassess the property to its current fair market value as of the date the change.
Prepare the Documentary Transfer Tax Affidavit
Effective January 1, 2011, a Documentary Transfer Tax Affidavit will be required to be completed and submitted with each document when Documentary Transfer Tax is being paid or when an exemption is being claimed from paying the tax.
The Documentary Transfer Tax is imposed on all instruments when the purchase price or value of interest conveyed, less the value of any liens or encumbrances, exceeds $100. There are two questions to ask when determining if you will need to pay a transfer tax: 1) Was an interest in real estate conveyed?; and 2) Was there consideration for the conveyance? If yes to both, and if the consideration or value exceeds $100, then transfer tax is due.
If you live in Menifee, Canyon Lake, Perris, Murrieta, Wildomar, Lake Elsinore, Temecula or Hemet and need to transfer property, let our attorney prepare a quitclaim deed for you! Call 951-229-0757 today.
ADDITIONAL SERVICES UPON REQUEST:
RECEIVE A COPY OF THE CURRENT DEED
FOR AN ADDITIONAL $50 WE WILL OBTAIN YOUR CURRENT DEED
Sometimes it is important to verify the current deed, we will request and receive it from the county recorder's office for you.
FILE AND RECORD ALL DOCUMENTS WITH THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY RECORDER
FOR AN ADDITIONAL $50.00, WE WILL RECORD YOUR DEED AND FILE THE ACCOMPANYING PAPERS WITH THE COUNTY RECORDER