While there are various types of deeds, their purpose is the same: to make sure that ownership of the property is transferred from grantor to grantee. However, it is important to know how these deeds differ and ensure that you receive all the necessary documentation to give you full ownership of your home.
POA (Power of Attorney)
A power of attorney allows an agent (another person) to act on behalf of a principal (you). When a principal signs and grants a power of attorney, he grants either general or limited authority to the agent. The limited (also known as “specific”) power of attorney restricts the scope to the agent’s activities.