Deed of Sale
Now, there are two popular ways in which the grantor can convey and transfer the property to using a deed. These are namely the general warranty deed and quitclaim deed. To elaborate, a general warranty guarantees the title of the grantor towards the property conveyed, including the title over the property under its past owners. On the other hand, a quitclaim deed provides no guarantee from the grantor, and, is mainly for real estate transfers where there is no sale involved—business arrangements, divorce, litigation, or transfers between family members....Read More
Deed of Trust
But regardless of how a real estate transfer is closed, a deed of sale must be signed by both parties in front of a notary public and several witnesses. Without these, the grantee cannot fully own the property as a fully executed deed of sale is required to have a title over it. The signing requirements for a deed of sale vary from state to state, so better check on them first before making one.