Buy and download standard template Mortgage Forms for Nebraska. Convenient and easy to use.

  • Nebraska is a deed of trust state, and residential mortgage loans are most commonly secured by a deed of trust instead of a mortgage. Title to the property is conveyed to a third party (such as a title insurance company or an escrow agent).
  • If the borrower defaults, the lender can foreclose either through a non-judicial sale of the property by the trustee or through a judicial foreclosure proceeding.
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Nebraska Contract for Deed

A Contract for Deed (also called a land contract) is a form of seller financing that gives Nebraskans who can't qualify for regular mortgage financing a chance to purchase a home.

  • The buyer will pay an initial downpayment, and then pay off the balance in regular payments.
  • This template contains several alternate provisions for payment options, one with a balloon payment at the end.
  • There are also alternate provisions for interest or no interest (for instance.....

Nebraska Deed of Trust

A Deed of Trust is often used instead of a mortgage when securing a loan to purchase real estate (except for agricultural land) in the State of Nebraska.

  • Under the Deed of Trust, title is conveyed from the seller to a trustee (such as title company) who then holds the property as security during the term of the mortgage loan.
  • If the purchaser defaults under the Deed of Trust or the note, the trustee has the power to sell the property.
  • The Deed of Trust conta.....