In Oregon, real property (real estate) can be titled in several different ways. Transferring ownership interest in real property must be done in writing, and the document used for this purpose is called a deed. The four types of deeds used in Oregon are the warranty deed, special warranty deed, bargain and sale deed, and quitclaim deed. A deed should be recorded in order to protect the buyer and the seller, and an unrecorded deed could lead to problems when transferring the property at a later date. Deeds must also be properly drafted in order to achieve the desired results.