The three most common types of deeds are, General Warranty Deed, Special Warranty Deed and Quitclaim Deed. The seller in a Warranty Deed must defend the title against all other claims and compensate the buyer for any unsettled debts or damages. The seller in a Special Warranty Deed is only responsible for debts and problems accrued or caused during his ownership of the property. A quitclaim deed releases a person's interest in a property without stating the nature of the person's interest or rights, and with no warranties of that person's interest or rights in the property.
With a background in commercial real estate sales, we had plenty of experience working with other title companies before launching Token Title. While many of them were very good at what they did, they were all structured around an outdated method of operating. We decided to build Token Title from the ground up, designed specifically for the digital future. Token Title is part of a group of PropTech companies focused on building tomorrow.