How do I do a title search?

By law, the Recorder of Deeds Office is not allowed to perform title searches, and we can only provide you with information we have available. You may visit our office, and we will assist you in tracing property ownership and other property tax-related information that is accessible on one of our public access terminals.

Please note that only a title company can perform and guarantee a full search of the property; something we are unable to do for you.

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1. Where is the Recorder of Deeds Office located and what are the office hours?
2. How do I obtain a copy of my deed or other recorded document?
3. Can I view data or images over the Internet?
4. How much will it cost to record or obtain copies of my document(s)?
5. Do you maintain a database containing individual plats of survey?
6. Do you maintain a database containing blueprints or other construction-related documentation?
7. I recently paid off my mortgage and my bank sent me a release deed. What do I need to do now?
8. How do I do a title search?
9. How can I pay for the recording or copies fees?
10. How do I open a charge account?
11. Do you maintain birth, marriage and death record archives?
12. How can I get in contact with a supervisor to address a concern I may have?