Copies of deeds can be obtained online from property reports in all Counties where we offer Document Images. The types and forms of real estate deeds vary depending on the State where the deeds get recorded. Property deed samples are actual copies of deeds, including the most common deed types and special purpose deeds. For illustration purposes certain sensitive data has been redacted, but actual deed copies contain the entire and unabridged information. In addition to property deeds, other real estate document copies also can be found, such as mortgage documents, foreclosure records, formal notices, affidavits, as well copies of liens and judgements filed against a property or person who owns a real estate property.
How to find a copy of a deed:
Copies of property deeds (Document Images) cannot be searched by a document/instrument number – they must be requested from the links within your obtained reports. First you must get Basic, Detailed, Title History, or Voluntary Liens Report on your subject property, and then select a property deed copy you wish to obtain. That logic of retrieval has been extremely reliable, because when multiple filings are in place, you do not need to guess which copy of a deed to get. The links labeled "Purchase Document #" will appear in your reports if property deed copies are offered in that County and are available for the particular property.
From Basic Report find deed of the most recent title transfer or of the last sale transaction recorded on property; from Detailed Report also find deed of one prior property sale record. From Title History and Voluntary Liens Reports find deeds of previously recorded title transfers and sales. Please review our posted reports' Samples to see what copies of deeds and recorded documents you can get from different property reports.
Additional details about the deed copies, types of real estate deeds along with their definitions can be found on Deeds and Documents Retrieval information page.