California

These downloadable California Mortgage Forms are editable and easy to use. Whether you're a mortgage lender or a buyer who has borrowed money to purchase a home, you want the loan transaction to be fully documented.


The California Residential Mortgage Lending Act governs the licensing and business activities of mortgage lenders and services. An applicant can apply for a license as a lender, a servicer or both. Licensed lenders can also act as mortgage brokers.

All mortgage companies must report to the Department of Real Estate if they arrange or service any loan secured by real property consisting of 1 to 4 residential units. The Department also monitors the handling of trust funds by mortgage companies.

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California Deed of Reconveyance

When a loan on a property secured by a Deed of Trust is paid back in full, the title must be transferred back to the owner under this California Deed of Reconveyance.

  • The provisions of the Deed of Trust require the lender to transfer the title from the trustee back to the borrower, but the borrower is usually responsible for paying the costs of the conveyance.
  • The digital file includes a Request for Reconveyance form which the lender uses to instruct the truste.....
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California Deed of Trust

This California Deed of Trust is based on the Fannie Mae / Freddie Mac form and contains all the required standard and non-standard covenants and provisions.

  • A Deed of Trust takes the place of a mortgage in California and is used to secure repayment of a home loan.
  • Title to the property is transferred to a neutral third party trustee, who holds the title until the loan is paid or the borrower defaults in payment.
  • If a borrower breaches the terms of the Deed .....
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California Final Notice of Default

A borrower has failed to make a mortgage payment on time and you have filed the appropriate Notice of Default under California Civil Code S. 2924. Now it's time to file the Final Notice of Default.

  • The Final Notice of Default must be filed before you can terminate the contract and start foreclosure, eviction or other legal proceedings.
  • The form contains a copy of the appropriate sections of the Civil Code.
  • This is a reusable legal form. Just fill in the deta.....
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California Mortgage Broker Agreement

Mortgage brokers in California can sign up clients for their services with this customizable contract template.

  • The borrower retains the broker as its exclusive agent for obtaining mortgage loan approval from a lender.
  • The broker will obtain a credit report and property appraisal, and prepare the loan application.
  • Provisions covering the broker's compensation based on the rate and fee combination that the borrower chooses.
  • The broker agrees that no.....
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California Notice of Default

Has a borrower failed to make a payment on time under their mortgage or contract for deed? You can now serve this Notice of Default under Section 2924 of the California Civil Code.

  • The Notice must be filed and served properly before you can take possession of the mortgaged property.
  • The Notice instructs the borrower on how to remedy the default, and how many days s/he has to take action.
  • The form also contains a copy of the applicable Section of the Civil Co.....
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California Request for Notice

CA home owners, request copies of any Notice of Default or Notice of Sale connected with your property with this California Request for Notice form.

  • This form is only to be used if the property is being held by a trustee under a Deed of Trust.
  • The Request for Notice is given in accordance with Section 2924e of the California Civil Code.
  • It ensures that the mortgage lender and the trustee have the corr.....
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California Request for Partial Reconveyance

Prepare a Request for Partial Reconveyance with this template form for California.

  • This form is used when real estate property is held by a trustee under a Deed of Trust, pending payment of a series of notes securing the purchase price of the property.
  • As each note is paid off, the holder of the notes instructs the trustee to transfer the part of the property secured by that note to the property owner.
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