Thanks for your question and good afternoon.The owner here(grantor) can do this by a quitclaim deed signed by the grantor and filed in the real property records of the county where the property is located.Once this has been done the property is in your name and you become the legal owner.The quitclaim deed is returned to you for your files once it is recorded.The taxes will also be transferred as well since you are now the legal owner.
Here are the forms to do so.
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The property is located in Florida and I live in Maryland. Does this change anything?
No the person owning it would sign the deed and have it notarized here.You can then file it by mail with the county clerk along with a check for the filing fee.
ok, thanks very much for this information.
No problem I was getting you tax information, Florida will charge some taxes on the title transfer.
These would be do at time of transfer, the county clerk can calculate this for you.
It has been my pleasure to chat with you today.Please let me know if you have more follow up.Thanks again.
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