- April 26, 2017
- Posted by: U.S. Title Records
- Category: deed, deed of trust, Online copy of deed
Subject: Deed copy online
Hello, I need the
(Copy of Deed)
Whats included for the 45 dollars?
is this a one time price.
i have a recovery business i;m working w different states and there requirement is a copy of the previous deed when they own the property
in there name. these owner has experience tax foreclosure. so i need information before foreclosure or tax sale
i will be order alot of copies of deeds for different properties
do you have a number to call to talk w someone so i can explain what i need more clearer?
Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, it is $45.00 per deed.
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