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MORTGAGE An instrument by which real property is pledged as security for repayment of a loan.
of title.
PITI A payment that combines Principal, Interest, Taxes and Insurance. POWER OF ATTORNEY. A written instrument whereby a principal gives authority to an agent to perform sepcified
actions. The agent acting under such a grant is sometimes called an “Attorney-in-Fact.”
PURCHASE AGREEMENT The purchase contract between the Buyer and Seller. It is usually completed by the real estate agent and signed by the Buyer and Seller.
QUITCLAIM DEED A deed that passes any title, interest, or claim which the grantor may have in the property, but not containing any warranty of a valid interest or title by the grantor.
RECORDING Filing documents affecting real property with the County Recorder as a matter of public record.
WARRANTY DEED A deed used to convey fee title to real property from the grantor (usually the Seller) to the grantee (usually the Buyer) with warranties of the validity of title.
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