FAQ: What is a Grantor? Share on Twitter Like on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Google Plus One Definition of GRANTOR: (noun) / a party who transfers ownership of property to another As applied to trust law, the grantor is the party who creates a trust and transfers or grants money to the trust. In real estate law, the grantor is the transferor or seller of real property. ANTONELLI & ANTONELLI – New York City Trust Attorneys and Real Estate Attorneys serving Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and the Bronx. For more information, learn About Us. *Disclaimer: The above information is NOT legal advice and is for educational purposes only. You should always consult with an attorney directly to discuss the specific details of your case.