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I sold my home, by owner, and the new owners refuse to transfer the title. Both parties signed an agreement document.
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I apologize, I want to make sure I understand the issue above - you are the seller, and are having trouble with the buyer? (Usually as the seller, this would not be a problem, you would simply sign the title document (grant deed, warranty deed, or quit claim deed) and either record it with the County Recorder's office, or have the escrow company do it for you (preferred).
Usually these problems occur if you are the buyer and the seller is refusing to record title.
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