Tennessee Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney Form

A Tennessee Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney is not only useful for any individual (referred to as the Principal) who wants to delegate the acts of selling and/or buying a property to another party (their Agent). It is also useful for individuals who wish to delegate the management of any other real estate transactions. For example, a Principal can authorize their Agent to step in for them in order to renovate, refinance, and mortgage their property. They can even authorize their Agent collect rent from tenants or make real estate related payments in their name. 

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Uniform Durable Power of Attorney Act

Signing Requirements – Due to the fact that state law does not specify any signing requirements for a Real Estate Power of Attorney, it is recommended that the Principal signs the form before two (2) disinterested witnesses and/or a Notary Public.