- 1). Visit the Recorder of Deeds office for your county during normal business hours. This is the central area where all property deeds for the county are stored.
- 2). Request a copy of your property deed from the Recorder's staff. This can take anywhere from minutes to days depending on the efficiency or operations of the particular office.
- 3). Pay the required fee for a property deed copy to complete the transaction.
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