You want a condo, but you don’t want it in the city.
That’s because a condo is a one-way ticket to luxury.
And if you don “want to live in a city,” you can only live there in your condo.
In the state, you have to pay taxes to the city to live there, which adds another cost.
And when you’re looking to move out of your current condo and into a new one, the new owner can’t just pick you up at the door.
They have to go through the whole process of moving the whole thing out.
In Delaware, condo owners are required to file a deed of trust for their properties.
But because the trust is usually made out to a person, it’s not a legal document.
It has to be signed by a person who owns the property and is legally responsible for its management.
And so, the real estate agent who is looking to buy your condo for you will have to file the deed of a trust.
You’ll need to make sure that the trust meets all of the following requirements: it has a title deed (or deed of gift) that is the owner’s title to the property.
The trust must be in the name of the person who signed the title deed.