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To record a deed yourself you need only to take the deed to the appropriate recording office in your area. The recorder will then index and transcribe the deed in the public records and it will be available for anyone to see. Constructive notice is said to be given once the deed is recorded.
The recording fee for a deed might be $12 in one county and then $15 in another. Some agencies charge by the size of the document. For instance, a land record instrument might have a $60 fee for the first page, then $5 per page after that.
Also, sellers often buy a title policy for the new homeowner, which typically costs between $500 and $1,000. Recording fees. When you file your deed with the county recorder's office, you're charged a fee. This is based on the value or sale price of the property, as well as the number of pages and documents.
Recording fees: These fees may be paid by you or by the seller, depending upon your agreement of sale with the seller. The buyer usually pays the fees for legally recording the new deed and mortgage.
When you buy a home, it is usually the job of your title or escrow agent to file your original deed the document showing that you legally own the property in the appropriate government office in your county. This is called recording your deed. Title agents commit errors, lose deeds, and even go out of business.
Generally, a real estate deed is recorded in the county where the property is located. In most counties, the recorder, clerk, or register of deeds is responsible for maintaining land records. To be recorded, the document must meet both statutory and local requirements.
So long as the quitclaim deed is valid (properly notarized, etc.) it can be recorded even after the grantor's death, so property owned by the deceased which has been deeded in that quitclaim deed should not need to pass through probate.
THE PURPOSE OF RECORDING LAWS. In a few states, an unrecorded deed is invalid unless it is recorded. But in most states, an unrecorded deed is valid only between the grantor and the grantee. When a deed is unrecorded, it does not give constructive notice to the world of its contents.
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