Are there any liens on my property?

The Recorder’s Office is one of multiple offices where liens are recorded. Such liens are searchable on our Records On-Line Search and can be printed for free at any time. If you are unable to print, our Copy Center can provide you with a copy for $2.00 per page. You may also have your document certified for an additional $1.00.

The Recorder’s Office does not perform title searches but computers are available in the Public Research Area on the 5th floor for public use.

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1. How long does it take to get a document recorded?
2. What do I need to record a deed?
3. What is required to record a mortgage?
4. How do I change the name on a deed?
5. My mortgage has been released; will you send me a new deed?
6. Are there any liens on my property?
7. How do I find a current property owner?
8. How do I get a copy of my service discharge (DD214)?
9. How do I get a copy of birth and death records?
10. How do I get a copy of a divorce decree?
11. Where can I find the blue prints to my house?
12. How can I find the age of a house?
13. How did the Recorder's office get started?