12884 Recorder Of Deeds

Find 12884 recorder of deeds, registry, register, and registrar of deeds. Recorders of deeds provide information on deed & title searches, tax liens, land ownership deeds, quit claim deeds, and copies of public home and real estate deeds.


Washington County Recorder of Deeds 383 Broadway Fort Edward NY 12828 13.2 miles from 12884 518-746-2170


Saratoga County Recorder of Deeds 40 Mc Master Street Ballston Spa NY 12020 14.5 miles from 12884 518-885-2213

Warren County Recorder of Deeds 1340 Route 9 Lake George NY 12845 19.5 miles from 12884 518-761-6426

Rensselaer County Recorder of Deeds 105 3rd Street Troy NY 12180 25.4 miles from 12884 518-270-4080

Schenectady County Recorder of Deeds 620 State Street Schenectady NY 12305 26.1 miles from 12884 518-388-4220

Albany County Recorder of Deeds 16 Eagle Street Albany NY 12207 31.2 miles from 12884 518-487-5100

Fulton County Recorder of Deeds 223 West Main Street Johnstown NY 12095 40.0 miles from 12884 518-736-5555

Montgomery County Recorder of Deeds PO Box 1500 Fonda NY 12068 40.6 miles from 12884 518-853-8111

Schoharie County Recorder of Deeds PO Box 549 Schoharie NY 12157 46.7 miles from 12884 518-295-8316

Hamilton County Recorder of Deeds PO Box 204 Lake Pleasant NY 12108 49.0 miles from 12884 518-548-7111

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How far back do Recorder of Deeds records go?

Typically, the records held by a Recorder of Deeds date back to the incorporation or formation of the county or local government. While all records are available in books or on microfilm, records included in computerized indexes and databases may be limited to more recent documents.

How can a name on a deed be changed, added, or deleted?

A name can only be altered on a deed by recording a new deed with the change. An existing deed cannot be modified. A new deed is usually prepared with the assistance of an attorney.

What is the cost of recording a deed?

The cost of recording a deed varies from one locality to the next. Typically, deed recording fees are based on the number of pages in the document, with a flat fee for the first page or two and an additional separate per page fee.