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Idaho Deed Forms

An Idaho deed is a conveyance instrument that transfers a property title from a grantor to a grantee. After a real estate purchase agreement has been negotiated and signed, the property’s ownership must still be conveyed from the owner to the buyer through a deed. Once complete, the deed is recorded with the county recorder for the county where the property is located.

Idaho law also permits the creation of a “deed of trust” that is used when one party has lent money towards the borrower’s purchase of real estate. Under a deed of trust, the property title will be held by a trustee until the lender has been repaid.

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Types (4)

Deed of Trust – Transfers property interest to a third party as security for a loan. Interest is transferred back to the owner once the loan has been repaid.

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General Warranty Deed – Gives the grantee the assurance that the property title has no encumbrances or liens.

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Quit Claim Deed – A legal document that transfers property without any guarantees on the title being free of claims.

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Special Warranty Deed – Unlike the “general” warranty, this type only guarantees that the deed has no encumbrances from the grantor’s ownership.

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