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By Rochford Law Posted on March 21, 2019 at 2:40 PM

Tennessee Mortgage Information: Who Signs the Mortgage and What to Expect

Buying property can be a great investment, but the purchase comes with a lot of paperwork. Lenders protect their money by requiring buyers to sign documentation associated with the loan. Various state laws require different paperwork, but Tennessee operates as a Deed of Trust state. Ultimately, a deed of trust is a legal document that ties the buyer and lender together until the loan is paid off. We take a closer look at what this means when buying property.

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Topics: Deed, mortgage, Nashville Real Estate Laywer, Real Estate Law, Residential Real Estate Law, Selling Property

By Rochford Law Posted on June 9, 2016 at 3:00 AM

What Is A Deed Of Trust?

If you are financing your home, you will either sign a mortgage or a deed of trust. Which of these you will be signing is almost entirely a function of what state you live in. Most people are more familiar with mortgages, but if you live in a state where deeds of trust are the norm, it’s essential that you understand the difference between the two. As a prologue to this, it is first necessary to talk about promissory notes.

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Topics: Buying A Home, Deed, deed of trust, financing your house, mortgage, Nashville Real Estate, Real Estate Law, Real Estate Lawyers, Real Estate Title, Residential Real Estate Law, state law

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