fastest and the least expensive way to do that, please ?
There are several ways. One is to add your child to the deed as a joint tenant with right of survivorship. Another is to transfer the deed to her and keep a life estate so that you can live in the house until you pass. A third way is to leave the house to your child in a will. You need to consult with an attorney to determine the best way to approach this as each one has different tax consequences. For example, if you simply transfer the house to your child you may have to deal with gift taxes and your child will get the house at your basis which may create a capital gains tax problem for her in the future. If you leave it to her by will she will pick up the house on a stepped up basis meaning the market value at the time of death, however, there will be the costs of drawing and probating the Will. A complete evaluation of your financial and family situation is necessary to give you the best answer to a question like this. It would be best if you consulted an experienced real estate or estate attorney and/or a CPA prior to taking any action.