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    Wisconsin Fixed Rate Mortgage Note


    Wisconsin mortgage lenders can prepare a promissory note for a mortgagor to sign with this template Fixed Rate Mortgage Note.

    • The borrower will repay the loan by making monthly payments against the principal balance, plus accrued interest.
    • If on the maturity date there is still a balance outstanding, the borrower will pay the entire balance at that time.
    • The note holder has the right to accelerate the loan if the borrower defaults in making payments, and the entire loan balance will become due and payable.
    • The Wisconsin Fixed Rate Mortgage Note is a downloadable legal form template written in plain English so it is easy to understand.
    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 14-April-2016
    SKU: 1899
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    Wisconsin Warranty Deed for Joint Ownership


    Transfer title of a real estate property in Wisconsin from two sellers to two buyers with this Wisconsin Warranty Deed for joint ownership with rights of survivorship.

    This is the type of Warranty Deed that is used to convey a property from one couple (spouses or partners) to another couple, who will live in the property.

    The sellers (grantors) covenant to the buyers (grantees) that they have good and marketable title to the property, they have the legal right and power to transfer the title, and they will defend the grantees' right to possess the property.

    The buyers can take title either as:
    • joint tenants, with rights of survivorship, which means that if one of them dies, title to the property passes to the surviving joint tenant, or
    • community property with rights of survivorship, or
    • community property without rights of survivorship.
    The Warranty Deed includes a Community Property Agreement to be signed by the buyers, if applicable.

    This Wisconsin Warranty Deed for Joint Ownership template is downloadable and easy to use.

    Wisconsin Warranty Deed Form


    Transfer a Wisconsin real estate property from a seller to a buyer with this easy-to-use Wisconsin Warranty Deed form.

    The seller (the grantor) gives the buyer (the grantee) the following covenants:
    • that the grantor has good and marketable title to the property,
    • that the grantor has the legal right and authority to transfer the title to the buyer, and
    • that the grantor will forever defend the right of the grantee to possess the property.
    This Wisconsin Warranty Deed form is a downloadable legal document in MS Word format.

    USA Mortgage Note


    This Promissory Note form is for loans that are backed by a mortgage against the borrower's real property.

    • You can use the template in any U.S. state.
    • There is no prepayment penalty or premium if the borrower prepays the loan in whole or in part.
    • If the borrower defaults under the note or the mortgage, the borrower promises to pay interest at the highest rate allowed by law.
    • The borrower will pay any collection costs incurred by the lender, including reasonable legal fees.

    The USA Mortgage Note form is an important part of the loan documentation. Download the template for your loans officers.

    Wisconsin Contract for Deed

    If you are selling a real estate property in Wisconsin, you can assist the buyer by carrying part or all of the purchase price with this Contract for Deed (or purchase money mortgage).
    • Under the terms of this Contract, the seller effectively becomes the mortgage lender for the balance of the purchase money.
    • Title will transfer to the buyer once payment in full of all principal and interest has been received by the seller.
    • The seller has the right to take back the property if the buyer defaults in payment.
    • At the seller's option, the balance can be repaid by monthly payments with or without interest until paid, or monthly payments with interest for a fixed number of payments with a balloon payment at the end to pay out the balance.
    This Wisconsin Contract for Deed form is in MS Word format, and is fully editable to fit your exact circumstances.