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A deed of trust is a type of secured real-estate transaction that some states use instead of mortgages. See State Property Statutes. A deed of trust involves three parties: a lender, a borrower, and a trustee. The lender gives the borrower money. In exchange, the borrower gives the lender one or more promissory notes.
Whereas a mortgage only involves the lender and a borrower, a deed of trust adds a neutral third party that holds rights to the real estate until the loan is paid or the borrower defaults.
Prior to payment of the debt, the lender was entitled to possession of the property. Use of the deed of trust with power of sale was developed to get around some of the restrictions of the mortgage and the required judicial foreclosure, a time consuming lawsuit.
Both a warranty deed and deed of trust are used to transfer the title of a property from one person to another. However, the difference between these two contracts is who is protected. As you now know, a deed of trust protects the beneficiary (lender). A warranty deed, on the other hand, protects the property owner.
Deeds of trust are the most common instrument used in the financing of real estate purchases in Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, the District of Columbia, Idaho, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia,
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The Trustee in a Deed of Trust is the party who holds legal title to the property during the life of the loan. Trustees will most often have one of two jobs. If the property is sold before the loan is paid off, the Trustee will use the proceeds from the sale to pay the lender any outstanding portion of the loan.
If real property is utilized to secure a loan, it is usually achieved by executing a mortgage or, in California, a Deed of Trust. A mortgage is a document that allows the creditor, who is unpaid, to proceed to court to force the sale of the property to pay off the debt.
The Trustee in a Deed of Trust is the party who holds legal title to the property during the life of the loan. Trustees will most often have one of two jobs. If the property is sold before the loan is paid off, the Trustee will use the proceeds from the sale to pay the lender any outstanding portion of the loan.
In Colorado, the Public Trustee processes releases of Deeds of Trust upon payoff or re-finance of a property loan. Recording the release of the corresponding Deed of Trustee lien signifies that the lien is satisfied.
1) A D.O.T. is much easier to foreclose upon then a mortgage because the process to foreclose on a D.O.T. bypasses the judicial process. Assuming the Trustee gives the right notices (Notice of Default and Notice of Sale) the process will go to sale without court involvement at all.

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