Property Deed Copies

The types and forms of real estate property deeds vary depending on the State and Counties where the deeds are recorded and archived. Copies of deeds are offered from property reports in all Counties (currently in over 1,550 Counties) where we offer Document Images. Property deed samples are actual copies of deeds, including the most common deed types and special purpose deeds. Certain sensitive data may be redacted for illustrative purposes, but actual deed copies contain the complete unabridged information. In addition to property deeds, many other real estate document copies can also be found, such as mortgage documents, foreclosure records, formal notices, affidavits, copies of liens, and judgements filed against a property or a person who owns a real estate property.

As with all other records we offer, copies of deeds and other documents are delivered instantaneously — no waiting!

 How to find a copy of a deed

Copies of property deeds (Document Images) can be instantly requested from the specific links within your obtained reports. First, obtain one of our Property Reports on your subject property, then select the document copy you wish to obtain. This retrieval logic has been highly reliable because when multiple filings are in place, you do not need to second-guess which copies of deeds to request. As long as Document Images are offered in that County and are available for the subject property, the links labeled "Purchase Document" will appear within your reports.

 What types of property deeds are available

All types of real estate deeds are available, including common types like quitclaim deeds and grant deeds, as well as special purpose deeds such as trustee's deeds and sheriff's deeds. HomeInfoMax provides access to these document copies through a comprehensive nationwide database, ensuring you can obtain any deed you need. The actual examples of most deed types are posted above for your reference.

 Please review our posted reports' Samples to see what copies of deeds and recorded documents are offered from various property reports. For example, from Detailed Reports, you can find deeds of the most recent title transfer or the last sale transaction recorded on the property and deeds of one prior property sale record. You can find deeds of previously recorded title transfers and sales from Title History, Voluntary Liens, and Mega Reports.