Obtaining an Accurate Title Search

By: Docedge.com

A detailed, thorough examination and search of property records for a title search can be achieved in a number of ways. DocEdge.com, an automated method of property record retrieval, has revolutionized the old-fashioned method of visiting the local county courthouse. Not only is this easier than doing it all yourself, but also, it is quicker.

A title showing evidence of ownership is held on every property or piece of real estate. Prior to the sale of property, a title search is conducted to determine the status of the property or the present condition of its title. A title search returns a review of all of the recorded public documents. Therefore, a thorough title search locates the current owner, the existence of any loans, and any other information pertinent to the specific property.

The recorded property documents list the name of the current owner. Additionally, they indicate the existence of liens or other claims against the property. Plus, any restrictions, problems, or encumbrances relating to the property are brought to the forefront with a title search. The entire history of transactions that have occurred on the property can be discovered with a title search. All of this is necessary for any sale or exchange of real estate property to take place.

DocEdge.com can be used to locate title records for those who need them. DocEdge.com is an easy-to-navigate website that provides access to more than 3.5 billion document images, comprising the largest collection of public land records in existence today. This site offers convenience as well since it is available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day and accessible from any web-enabled computer.

Updated on a daily basis, DocEdge.com also features a set of productivity tools that aid the user with their task. These tools allow users to email, print, view, zoom, copy part of the image (such as legal description), and annotate the images directly from their browser window.

What types of images are available? The list includes deeds, mortgages, foreclosures, maps, easements, assignments, and more. When a title search is completed, it provides a clear indication of who owns the property as well as important property details such as easements.

The user determines what information he needs and then accesses it by providing a few simple pieces of information. The user can search by owner name, street address, document ID, or assessor parcel number.

If you are unable to locate a record through its online database, DocEdge.com allows you to create a custom search in which its network of abstractors will go out and retrieve the document for you. With free technical support and the user-friendly nature of this site, it's a one-stop source for public property records. It also provides a batch retrieval option which allows users to search for multiple documents at once.

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