A deed of trust is a type of secured real estate transaction in which the title to real property is held by a trustee, who holds it as security for a loan between a borrower and lender.
A Deed of Trust form is the contractual guarantee between a lender and a borrower, with a trustee as an intermediary, that pledges the interest in real property to secure the proceeds of a loan. A Deed of Trust is also called a Trust Deed or Mortgage Agreement depending on the state it was written.
Sample Deed of Trust Form
Our sample Deed of Trust form is a basic legal document containing the most common conveyances needed to fulfill both the borrower and lender terms of the transaction. The terms in red print below are where your local information should be recorded.
A Deed of Trust is an alternative to a mortgage and can be prepared online without the added expense of attorney fees. Choose from our list of state specific, free Deed of Trust forms.