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Yes, you can easily do this. You need to simply sign a quit claim deed as the owner of the LLC transferring ownership of the property from your LLC to yourself. The deed will need to be witnessed, notarized, and then recorded in the real property records of the city/county in which the property is located. That's all you need to do to transfer the title. If you need for me to provide you a template for the quit claim deed, let me know and I'll be happy to provide one for you for no additional cost.
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Ivan..thanks so much for following up. I have attached the tamplate for you. Anyone 18 or older can be a witness. And it must be notarized by someone other than you and the witness. Yes, you can mail it in for recording. You should first check online or call to determine the necessary recording fee. It's been my pleasure to have been able to help! :)
They are the same thing. They are quit claim deeds, but many people confuse the term with "quick" claim deeds. No worries.