Deed of Trust States List

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Deed of Trust States List

By Moolah List

When financing a home the lender requires the borrower to sign either a mortgage or deed of trust.

It’s important to note many states allow both.

The main difference between a mortgage and a deed of trust is a deed of trust allows for non-judicial foreclosure.

Non-judicial foreclosure is generally preferred by private money lenders because the process to foreclose is much more efficient than a judicial foreclosure.

Read Trust Deeds vs Mortgages for a more in depth overview of the differences between the two.

List of Deed of Trust States
State Mortgage State Deed of Trust State
Alabama Y Y
Alaska Y
Arizona Y Y
Arkansas Y Y
California Y
Colorado Y
Connecticut Y
Delaware Y
D.C. Y
Florida Y
Georgia Y
Hawaii Y
Idaho Y
Illinois Y Y
Indiana Y
Iowa Y
Kansas Y
Kentucky Y Y
Louisiana Y
Maine Y
Maryland Y Y
Massachusetts Y
Michigan Y Y
Minnesota Y
Mississippi Y
Missouri Y
Montana Y Y
Nebraska Y
Nevada Y
New Hampshire Y
New Jersey Y
New Mexico Y
New York Y
North Carolina Y
North Dakota Y
Ohio Y
Oklahoma Y
Oregon Y
Pennsylvania Y
Rhode Island Y
South Carolina Y
South Dakota Y Y
Tennessee Y
Texas Y
Utah Y
Vermont Y
Virginia Y
Washington Y
West Virginia Y
Wisconsin Y
Wyoming Y

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