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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.
To correct property records, you must bring supporting documents and a copy of your deed. You can request a certified or uncertified copy of property records dated before 1966 online or in person. Certified copies cost $4 per page. Uncertified copies printed at a City Register Office cost $1 per page.
If you need to find a deed online, you will need to know the county or parish where the property is located. Once you have that, you can visit the tax assessor's website for that county to see if they have the tax information for the deed listed online.
Head to the Courthouse If you want a copy of your house deed, you can easily get one for a small fee. Generally, the register of deeds can search for your deed by your name, property address or legal description. You may obtain unofficial photocopies or certified copies of your deed upon request for a small fee.
When you pay off your mortgage you might be required to pay the mortgagee (the lender) a final fee to cover administration and the return of your deeds). At this time your deeds will be sent to you for safekeeping. You can either keep them safe or ask your bank or solicitors to hold them for you.
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.
If you need to find a deed online, you will need to know the county or parish where the property is located. Once you have that, you can visit the tax assessor's website for that county to see if they have the tax information for the deed listed online.
Visit the County Assessor Most states now have additional tools available for free property title searches. You can find these on your state government sites under "county assessor." You will have to select your county, and you can then search through the listed properties.
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