Deeds of Trusts are a great way to aid in the purchasing of a home as it allows the buyer to come into possession of the house far sooner and under better terms then what may have otherwise been possible. Deeds of Trust, which are also called Trust Deeds, are like home mortgages in many ways like how the home owner takes out a mortgage due to financial needs, which can also be done with Deeds of Trust.
There are two differences between mortgages and Deeds of Trust. Unlike mortgages, Deeds of Trust consists of three parties, the Trustor, Beneficiary, and Trustee who holds the title of the home. Deeds of Trust also use non judiciary foreclosure methods which mean that when the home goes into foreclosure the courts do not need to be involved.