Before you convey title to a corporation you need to consult with two other people.
First, your insurance agent needs to help you with coverage. Many rental properties are covered under extensions of liability from the homeowner's policy. You may want not only fire insurance protection but also protection for liability claims, such as medical or other injuries. Your insurance agent can explain how to protect yourself as officers of the corporation as well as protect the asset of the corporation from such claims.
Second, your tax advisor needs to explain to you the consequences of earning income through the corporation, which depends on how the corporation is structured and whether you have elected subchapter S treatment (or if you can).
Third, once you understand these parts of the resulting conveyance, a title attorney can easily draw up documents to effect the transfer, but don't wind up with a situation where you must file tax returns you weren't aware of or have a lawsuit filed against you personally with no protection or the corporation with no liability protection, unless you so choose.