What consideration should I list on a quitclaim deed?

Question Details: My brother and I recently inherited the family home from my mother 50 each. I don't have any interest in the home since my brother has lived there almost all his life. I would like to remove my name from the inherited deed and just let my brother have the whole thing. I was told I needed to fill out a quitclaim deed form which I am doing but I'm wondering what I should list for consideration? I don't want any money from my brother for this. Do I just list 0?

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