I need help filling out a warranty
deed for the state of Texas. It is for purchase of an empty lot for which we are paying $1300 cash. We have a form which we purchased, but I'm confused about how to fill it out. (I understand that the seller signs it in the presence of a notary, and then we take it to the county clerk's office.)
The language reads as follows: The State of Texas, know all men by these presents: THAT (blank) of the County of (blank) State of (blank) for and in consideration of the sum of (blank) DOLLARS to (blank) in hand paid by (blank) as follows: (and then there is a fairly large blank space) has Granted, Sold and Conveyed, and by these presents do(es) Grant, Sell and Convey, unto the said (blank) whose mailing address if (blank) of the County of (blank) State of (blank) all that certain (blank).
Then it goes on with the bit about assigning forever, heirs, etc., and is signed in the presence of a witness and notarized.
I guess my question is, right at the beginning, where I put the seller's name, I would put his address, right? He does not live in the county we live in (which is the county the property is located in). What goes in the large blank space after "follows:"?