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This depends...have you agree on a price?And are you paying cash? Or will you finance the purchase?
This is easy then. If you agree on the terms (how much you are going to pay) and the specifics (when the transfer will occur, etc), then you can do this your selves.You simply need to transfer deed.
A "warranty deed" would be appropriate. The seller can sign over a "warranty deed" to you, just like the previous sellers did for them when they made the purchase.NOW....you may want to perform some "due diligence"...specifically having a local title company conduct a title search...and perhaps purchase title insurance. The title company can help you with the warranty deed as well
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