Good morning. If you are selling your home you can sell it to a trust and the trust itself will be named in the deed as the buyer, as "XYZTrust".
At the settlement you will be given a copy of the deed, which transfers the property from the you to the buyer. seller to the buyer. The deed is given and filed with the county recorder of deeds to record.
You ou will also sign a real estate contract which transfers the property that is being sold along with the house, and other items in the house such as furnaces, air conditioners, appliances, light fixtures, window treatments, security systems, antenna, or cable or dish TV equipment, from the seller to the buyer. The document will typically list the property to be transferred, or refer to the contract that lists the personal property.
You will also sign a sellers affidavit. lt is a sworn, notarized statement by the you confirming ownership of the property and describing any known title defects such as leases, liens, or work on the property that could potentially create liens, boundary line disputes, or outstanding contracts for the sale of the property.
You will also sign tax transfer documents. In many states, counties, and municipal governments charge real property transfer taxes and require you the buyer and seller to sign declarations disclosing the purchase price and calculating the tax.
You will get copies of all of these at the settlement. I hope this helps with your question.