Real Estate Title Solutions provides digital real estate forms you can purchase with self-guided assistance that allows you to properly complete the form you need. Once the final draft is completed, you will be ready to sign in front of a notary and record your document with the county recorder on your own. We will provide simple instructions for notary and recording.

Please Note: Real Estate Title Solutions does NOT perform title search services. Real Estate Title Solutions is NOT a Title Insurance Company.

Yes, the owner on record can add to title their spouse or other individuals. For further information, please visit our Resources page and read Things to know before recording a Deed.

Yes, an individual can transfer ownership to a Limited Liability Company, Corporation or Partnership. If the transfer of ownership is between affiliated business entities, please visit our Resources page and read Real Property Transfer Tax Exemptions.

Besides recording fee, the county recorder may charge a Real Transfer Tax fee, unless the is an exemption as per Clark County Recorder Exemptions. Please visit our Resources page and read Real Property Transfer Tax Exemptions.

If there are multiple owners vested as joint tenants, there may not be a charge besides the recording fee. Other type of ownership, most likely the county will want to collect partial or full transfer tax fee.

RPTT is a one-time fee imposed by the county upon the transfer of real estate property.

In Clark County, Nevada – RPTT is calculated at the rate of $2.55 per every $500 of value or a fraction thereof. The transfer tax is based on the full purchase price or the estimated fair market value. Certain transfers are exempt from Real Property Transfer Tax in accordance with NRS 375.090.

When you request a Deed through our website, we offer assistance with calculating RPTT fee. If you would like to learn how to calculate this fee on your own, please visit the following website for Clark County RPTT Calculator: Clark County, NV (clarkcountynv.gov)

When you request a Deed through our website, we offer comprehensive guidance on the various exemption codes available. Howover, you may explore and review on your own the complete list of exemptions and detailed guidance directly from the county recorder through the following link: RPTT_Exemptions_List.OLD.pdf (clarkcountynv.gov)

A Deed is a legal document to transfer interest/ownership of real estate asset to a new owner.

The verbiage is different on these two deeds. 

In Nevada, the words “Grant, Bargain and Sell” on a Deed implies Grantor has not transferred ownership or any right, title or interest of the real property other than to grantee on the Deed being executed.That the real property is free from any encumbrances or any person claiming under grantor. Please see NRS 111.170 for further information.


A Quit Claim Deed does not make that implication.

It is a promise to pay written agreement between the Lender and the borrower/mortgagor.

Written agreement that creates a lien against real estate property stating the Lender has interest to the property using the property as collateral.

Document that releases/removes Deed of Trust from title.

An Insurance that protects title property owners and lenders against financial loss due to issues or defects on title of the real property. 

The purchase of real property requires a Title Insurance Company to conduct a title search based on public records to ensure no claims, liens or other issues are found on title of the real property. If any issues arise after closing, such as undisclosed heirs, forged documents or errors in the title records, the insurance policy may offer protection to the insured owner and mortgage lender. 

A Deed recorded outside of a title insured transaction. In order to issue a title insurance policy and avoid risks of future claims, a title insurance company may require to verify the transfer of a recorded uninsured deed when the real property is in the process of a sale or refinance. The verification requirement may be in the form of a Validity Statement, which requires Grantor of said uninsured deed to sign said statement confirming it was in fact their signature and their intention to transfer ownership.

A Power of Attorney is a legal document that grants someone else the authority to act on behalf of another person in various matters, such as financial, legal or medical decisions. When it comes to real property, most Title Insurance companies require specific verbiage on the Power of Attorney and require the same to be signed and notarized in their office or with a trusted individual in order to avoid risk of fraud claims against their title insurance policy.  

If you need a Power of Attorney to buy or sell real property, we recommend you contact a title insurance company in advance of your resale transaction and prior to requesting preparation of this document.

Remote Online Notary (RON) is a secure and convenient way to notarize documents remotely using online technology. With RON, you can complete the notarization process from the comfort of your own home or office, without the need for in-person meetings with a notary public. RON allows you to interact with a notary public through a secure online platform, where you can digitally sign documents and verify your identity using methods such as video conferencing and electronic signatures. RON offers added convenience and flexibility, making it easier than ever to notarize important documents, including real estate transactions, legal agreements, and more.

After successfully verifying your identity and completing the authentication process, both you and the notary will agree to a signing time, then simply log in at the appointed time and activate your audio and video settings.

The notary will guide you through the signing process. You’ll digitally sign your documents in the designated areas, following the notary’s instructions. Once the signing is complete, you’ll have the option to download your documents instantly.

Is the Signing Secure and Legitimate? When you complete the notarization process with our remote online notary service, your finalized PDF document receives a digital signature. This signature is embedded within the PDF, serving as a digital fingerprint that verifies the document’s integrity and ensures it hasn’t been altered post-signing. Moreover, the signature authenticates the identity of the notary signer, providing an additional layer of security. Any information provided for identity verification purposes is strictly confidential and used solely to facilitate secure data transmission through our trusted identity partner.

Electronic Recording, or E-Recording, is a digital process for submitting and recording real estate documents with the county recorder’s office. Instead of submitting paper documents by mail or in person, E-Recording allows you to electronically submit your documents to the recorder’s office through a secure online portal. Once received, the recorder’s office reviews the documents for compliance and records them electronically, updating the official records of property ownership. E-Recording offers significant advantages over traditional paper-based recording, including faster processing times, reduced paperwork, and increased accuracy. It streamlines the recording process, making it more efficient and convenient for both consumers and recording agencies.