The strategic question is what purposes are you seeking to serve. Once you make the change in title your authority as executor disappears. The house title is then subject to judgment debts and liens of each of the owners. Subsequent title transfers and disposition of the property requires the cooperation of three people rather just one.
Title companies have pre-made, template forms for a simple title transfer. However, they are prohibited by law from drafting legal forms, and cannot provide a specific form that is necessarily tailored to fit a specific need that may be unique to your situation.
You also can obtain template real estate documents, like those from a title company, at major office supply stores. "Stevens-Ness" is a major publisher of generic legal forms for Oregon, and their forms are sold in many office/stationery stores, as well as online at stevensness.com.
The best way to make sure you get the exact legal document you need, which incorporates any unique terms you might need as a contingency for some unexpected future event, is to discuss your needs with a lawyer.
Best of Luck.
Another option, again talk with your attorney, might be to create a Living Trust, put the property in the trust's name, and designate the current Trustee, and subsequent Trustee should anything happen to you, to manage the Living Trust. Then the trust would be the seller when you decide to put it on the market. Plus you can designate how the proceeds would be handled when sold, plus any other property that inheritors would receive when a family member passes.
Good luck. If I can help please let me know.
Kris Simpson, Oregon Principal Broker