OK. Two questions here.
First is the promissory note.
Second is the Deed of Trust.
As a refresher - the note contains the details of how the money is to be repaid. Who are the parties, loan term, interest rate, payments, etc.
The Deed of Trust is the security device which protects the lender in case the note is not paid as agreed.
In order not to practice law without a license, I won't/can't give out instructions on a public forum.
One more thing - we NEVER construct our purchases the same way we construct our sales.