Freehold property is an estate that is subject to the ownership rights of a landowner.

The title to the land belongs to the person who bought it and does not need to be updated.

When the land owner dies, the title goes to the heirs of the deceased.

If a person sells their property to someone else, the new owner may not have to pay a transfer tax to the state.

But, a person may be eligible for a property transfer tax if they are: A landowner, or A former landowner who purchased a property for the purpose of acquiring an easement or easement right from the landowner for their own use.

If you have a property that is eligible for the transfer tax, we want to help you understand how to get it.