Property Lien Facts

One of the most common issues arising in connection with the sale of a property is when there is a lien on the property being sold. Liens allow people who are owed money to establish their place in line to be paid when a property is sold, even though they will not gain an ownership interest in the property. For this reason, liens can be a major headache when a property owner wants to sell their property.

What to Know About Quitclaim Deeds in Georgia

In Georgia, typically a seller transfers a deed to a property to someone else by warranty deed, limited warranty deed, or quitclaim deeds. The usual type of deed involved in a residential property transfer transaction is called a warranty deed. With this deed, the person transferring the property makes an explicit assurance that the title […]