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My wife and I found our first house on 12 Nov 2013 that we want to buy. Our credit is excellent, no debt. The house we are buying is in a trust. Our mississippi loan is approved, got the inspections done, appraisal done. Now we are waiting for the sellers to give the listing agent the deed and some other paper work to give to the Mortgage lady to closing agent. The mortgage loan person lady said the seller or listing agent are slowing us down and what's really bad is the listing agent took the whole week of Thanksgiving off (Mon -Fri) so that put us behind. What is going on here? What is a trust? What is this deed? Will I close on time?
A trust is a legal entity that some individuals place their house in for estate planning to avoid probate and taxes when the owner of the property die. If the title deed to the property is in a trust of some sort, it might be that the title company or your mortgage lender is requiring the sellers to take the house you purchased out of the trust and a title deed back to their names. This is common when there is a trust involved. The deed is of no use in this situation, except to the title company to determine if the proper individuals are selling the property. The title company will eventually solve this problem so you would be able to get a clean title to the house. Normally you would be able to close on time as this might appear to be a big problem to you, but to the title company this is minor problem that would be solved shortly. They encounter and solve these problems often. From one combat veteran to another veteran, thanks for serving. "FIGHT ON"
Talk to your agent You are awaiting the final paperwork for closing The trust most likely have to authorize the transaction and awaiting final verification A trust is a entity where it can be a organization/company or individual who manages the property on behalf of the seller A deed is the legal instrument entitling transfer of the property to you You are set you will close soon do not worry the big hurdles have been crossed FYI do not blame the listing agent most likely the seller Thank you for your service good to hear your getting a home keep up the good work