A California real estate power of attorney form is a template that individuals can use to name an attorney-in-fact to handle certain real estate matters. A person who creates the document (principal) can choose to give their agent all powers relating to their current or future property holdings or grant them a specific task to complete within a certain time period.
This power of attorney document can grant powers such as buying, selling, and leasing property; deed and mortgage management; and refinancing and tax duties. Although the agreement will obstruct the agent from doing anything against the principal’s best interests, the principal would still be wise to appoint a trusted individual, preferably one with experience in real estate law and management. A real estate power of attorney may be revoked at any time by the principal.
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