- October 11, 2013
- Posted by: U.S. Title Records
- Category: Foreclosure, Lien and Title Search, Property records, Property records search, PROPERTY TITLE SEARCH, Public court records, Public property records, Real Estate, Title companies, Title conveyance, Title reports
How Do I Find Out If There Is A Lien On My Home
You can find title, deed and lien records available through your local county recorder. These indexed property records can be obtained in most cases at no charge by researching the archives in person.
There are also a few county websites that offer lien and mortgage records online for the general public. However In most cases, a login or subscription will be required to access these property records. Typically there is a fee for document images and copies of mortgage deeds. There are also online Property Record and Title Information companies that also offer access to the same property records but with a bit more streamline search efforts and results.
You can use this service to locate title and lien records for the states below:
AL. Alabama – AK. Alaska – AZ. Arizona – AR. Arkansas – CA. California – CO. Colorado – CT. Connecticut DE. Delaware – FL. Florida – GA. Georgia – GU. Guam – HI. Hawaii – ID. Idaho – IL. Illinois – IN. Indiana – IA. Iowa – KS. Kansas – KY. Kentucky – LA. Louisiana – ME. Maine – MD. Maryland – MA. Massachusetts MI. Michigan – MN. Minnesota – MS. Mississippi – MO. Missouri – MT. Montana – NE. Nebraska – NV. Nevada – NH. New Hampshire – NJ. New Jersey – NM. New Mexico – NY. New York – NC. North Carolina – ND. North Dakota – OH. Ohio – OK. Oklahoma – OR. Oregon – PA. Pennsylvania – RI. Rhode Island – SC. South Carolina – SD. South Dakota – TN. Tennessee – TX. Texas – UT. Utah – VT. Vermont – VA. Virginia – VI. Virgin Islands – WA. Washington – WV. West Virginia – WI. Wisconsin – WY. Wyoming