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North Carolina Deed of Trust Form

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Updated on September 1st, 2022

North Carolina deed of trust is a real estate transfer instrument between a lender, borrower, and a trustee whereby a property title is transferred as collateral for a loan to purchase real estate. The title is maintained by the trustee until the borrower (property owner) returns the entire loan amount to the lender. Should a loan default occur, the lender could initiate the non-judicial foreclosure process in which they sell the property without court involvement.

While a deed of trust is similar to a mortgage in many respects, a mortgage only involves two (2) parties: the lender and borrower. Furthermore, foreclosures of mortgages typically require a judicial proceeding and a court order to sell the property.

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