Page County Recorder Of Deeds

Find Page County Iowa 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.


Page County Recorder of Deeds 112 East Main Street Clarinda IA 51632 712-542-3130


About the Page County Recorder of Deeds

Recorders of Deeds in Page County, IA are responsible for recording, indexing and storing public records. The Page County Registry of Deeds maintains land and property records which are necessary for real estate transactions.

Interested parties may contact the Deeds Registry for questions about:
  • Page County land records
  • Deed and title searches
  • Looking up Page County liens
  • Real estate transfers and property ownership records
  • Military discharge records
Page County Property Records

The Page County Recorder of Deeds keep land and property records including property deeds and easements, rights of way documentation, liens, mortgage records, and titles. Page County real estate ownership and property records are maintained according to Page County and Iowa state law. The Page County Recorder provides public records upon request and helps to resolve conflicts of ownership.

Real Estate Records

Registry of Deeds record, document, index and certify real estate records, collect and distribute property transfer tax fees.

Page County Title & Lien Searches

Page County Recorders of Deeds provide title records available for search for property in Page County. Title searches provide and verify property ownership, chain of ownership in addition to any history of current of previous liens or claims held on the property. The Page County Recorder's Office digitizes new records to aid in the ease of property searches and provides availability to historical records which may be recorded in books and microfilm.

Page County Military Discharge Records

Recorders of Deeds in Page County are tasked with maintaining military discharge records, which although not available to the public, are available to individual veterans who are named in the records, family members and authorized agents of the veteran.

Government Records

Page County Recorders of Deeds record, index and maintain a variety of other governmental records including power of attorney documents, non-profit charters, and notary public commissions.