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California Long Form Deed of Trust

California Long Form Deed of Trust Information

A deed of trust (DOT), also known as a trust deed, is a document that conveys title to real property to a trustee as security for a loan until the grantor (borrower) repays the lender according to terms defined in the promissory note. It's similar to a mortgage but differs in that mortgages only include two parties (borrower and lender). The laws of each state determine whether to use a deed of trust or a mortgage.

This form may be used for residential property, condominiums, second homes, vacant land, planned unit developments, small commercial and rental property with up to 4 units, if more than 4 units-attach our assignment of leases and rents form.

This DOT contains a Power of Sale Clause allowing for a non-judicial foreclosure, saving time and expense for the lender. The promissory note can be used for installment or balloon payments. A deed of trust and promissory note containing stringent default terms can be beneficial to the Beneficiary/Lender.

For use in California only.

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