A Land Trust provides you the privacy to build your future with confidence.

Why a Land Trust?

Do you want to protect your lifestyle, assets, identity, your future and family? Using a Land Trust to hold title to your real property can help you do just that! By titling your real estate in the name of a Land Trust with Common Wealth Land Trust Services, LLC as Trustee, your current ownership interest will be inaccessible in the Official Records of your county and state. Public records, such as Property Appraiser, Tax Collector, and permit applications, will reveal only title ownership, not beneficial ownership. Additionally, leases, sales contracts, other contracts referencing your real property will be in the Land Trust name without reference to you or your company. Using a Corporate Trustee, rather than a family member or friend, adds another layer of protection, privacy and confidentiality. Common Wealth Trust Services, LLC will become the title owner and all public contact on the property will be directed to us. Through the documents that set up your trust, you remain in complete control as the Beneficial owner and the property will be managed by you or by your agent. 

Consulting

We work with our clients to understand their needs so we can provide the right structure for their trust as well as beneficiary relationships.

Doc Prep

For each Land Trust created we will prepare your Land Trust Agreement and Warranty Deed to Trustee. We provide the preparation for most of these necessary documents.

Recording

Whether you own an existing property to be placed in trust or purchasing a property through a trust we will ensure that the Warranty Deed to Trustee is properly recorded with the County.

Closings

We work with the title companies, attorneys, and escrow companies, preparing your closing documents to ensure that transactions are completed smoothly and accurately.

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