Do you need to transfer real estate to a revocable living trust in Nevada? Doing a deed transfer in Nevada can be fairly simple, but there’s a specific process that needs to be followed to do it correctly. For an affordable fee, we can take care of the transfer for you so you don’t have to worry about doing it yourself.
Pricing and Service
Our fee for transferring real estate to a living trust is $275.00 per property (in most cases), which includes the $40.00 fee for the Recorder’s Office. Our service includes completing the necessary forms and new deed, assisting you with signing the documents correctly, recording the new deed, and returning original copies to you. Along the way, we’ll answer any questions you have and give any needed advice based on your individual circumstances.
Type of Transfer
We can assist you if you have a revocable living trust and need to transfer real property located in Nevada into the trust. We’re often asked to do deed transfers for out-of-state trusts because the attorney who drafted the trust in another state isn’t licensed in Nevada. We can work with individuals or law firms to do this kind of transfer.
Type of Deed
The most common types of deeds are warranty deeds, quitclaim deeds, and grant, bargain, and sale deeds. We recommend using a warranty deed, unless you have some reason to believe there is an issue with the property’s title history. If you’re not sure why type you prefer, then we can discuss these options if you choose to hire us to do a deed transfer.
In some cases, your title insurance company could cancel your insurance or require you to purchase a new policy after a deed transfer. In addition, if your mortgage agreement has a “due-on-sale clause,” then the mortgage company could accelerate your mortgage payments. These consequences of a transfer are not likely to occur, but we recommend that you check with your title insurance carrier and mortgage company before doing a transfer. Finally, if you transfer your own property to your revocable trust and provide proper documentation, then the State shouldn’t require you to pay a transfer tax, but they review each deed transfer in making that decision.
Whatever your circumstances are, we can help if you need an affordable option for transferring Nevada real estate into a revocable living trust.
To get started, fill out the form below and then send us: (1) a copy of your current deed; and (2) a copy of your trust certification. You can either e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax them to (702) 944-6630. If you don’t have a copy of your current deed, then we can obtain it for a small fee.
After you submit your documents, we’ll contact you to arrange payment for the fee, which you can pay by cash, check, or credit card. Feel free to call or e-mail if you have any questions before submitting your information.
We look forward to assisting you with your deed transfer.