REAL ESTATE DOCUMENTS NOTARY SERVICES

Jarrin real estate notary services in and around Ventura & LA County.

WHY LES JARRIN NOTARY FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NOTARY NEEDS?

As mobile notaries we come to you. We work with your schedule, not the other way around.

Our Mobile Notary company services the following areas, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, Westlake, Moorpark, Agoura Hills, Newbury Park and the surrounding areas.

HOW DOES RECORDING OF REAL ESTATE RECORDS WORK?

Just as in any transaction, keeping an official paper trail and record of any sale or change in ownership is an important part of verifying the history of a given property or purchase. Recording – the act of putting a document into official county records – is an important process that provides a traceable chain of title to a property.

There are more than 100 types of documents that can be recorded, depending on the type of property and type of real estate transaction. The most common documents are related to mortgages, deeds, easements, foreclosures, estoppels, leases, licenses, and fees, among other kinds of documents.

The most important real estate documents list ownership, encumbrances, and lien priority. These are used to maintain proper real estate transactions. Here are some of the documents included in the escrow documents.

  • Escrow Instructions.
  • Statement of Identity.
  • Vesting Form.
  • New Lender Info.
  • Fire Insurance Info.
  • PCOR.
  • Buyer's Affidavit.
  • Loan documents.

Recording is the act of putting a document into official county records, especially for real estate and property transactions, that provides a traceable chain of title. Recorded documents do not establish who owns a property. Rather, these public records are actually used to help resolve disputes between parties with competing claims to a property.

To understand which documents have been or must be recorded, check with your state and county recording division.


REAL ESTATE RECORDING SYSTEMS

In reality, recording systems vary by state and are established by individual state statutes. Not all states use a process of instrument recording to track title; some states use land registration systems instead. In any case, it is the responsibility of the local county or state to make sure that these official documents are kept on file.

Recorded documents do not establish who owns a property–this is instead of the function of a title that establishes the legal owner of the asset. Rather, recorded documents are made public to be used to help resolve disputes between parties with competing claims to a property. For instance, if two different claimants have conflicting deeds to a property, the date of recording can be used to determine the ownership timeline. In most cases, these public records provide clarity, and typically the owner with the most recent deed would be considered the rightful owner. If there are any issues, it would be wise.

ABOUT US

Les Jarrin Mobile Notary is a team of experienced notary publics with a twist. The twist is that we come to you, saving you time and headaches having to go out and travel to a notary public.

We have experience in notarizing a whole range of legal documents. Our team has completed training, passed all required exams, and comes to you equipped with all required supplies a notary must have.

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