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How do I look up a deed?

Start with the tax assessor. All the information that most people will need or want to know about a deed will be on record with the county tax assessor, such as the current owner, sale dates, price history, and current valuation. Find the records section. Examine the record.

Where should you keep house deeds?

You can also store your title deeds in a safe deposit box at your bank or building society. This is a very secure option, but you will usually have to pay an ongoing charge for hiring a deposit box and possibly pay a fee every time you want to view the deeds.

Where can I store my house deeds safely?

You can also store your title deeds in a safe deposit box at your bank or building society. This is a very secure option, but you will usually have to pay an ongoing charge for hiring a deposit box and possibly pay a fee every time you want to view the deeds.

Where is the safest place to keep your house deeds?

You can also store your title deeds in a safe deposit box at your bank or building society. This is a very secure option, but you will usually have to pay an ongoing charge for hiring a deposit box and possibly pay a fee every time you want to view the deeds.

Do Solicitors charge for storing deeds?

A Solicitor will usually store them for you free of charge if you want them to. They do this in the hope you might give them the chance to quote for any purchase, Will etc in the future.

Who should keep the deeds of my house?

The deeds will only be returned to the owner once the mortgage on the property has been fully paid although photocopies of the deeds can be requested at any time. If no mortgage is held on a property then the title deeds will be kept by the owner. They can either be kept in the home or they can be held by a solicitor.

Where should I store important documents at home?

One of the best ways to store paper documents is at home in a safe or file box. While storing original copies of your vital documents in a bank safety deposit box is fine, storing documents you access often is better done at home.

Where are my title deeds stored?

Where are my title deeds? HM Land Registry records are digital, so we don't store paper title deeds. So, if you're trying to track down your original deeds, they could be with the solicitor who acted for you when you bought the property, or possibly with your mortgage company if you have a mortgage.
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