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How To Look Up A Florida Deed
Perform a Deed Search and Get a Copy of Your Deed For Free!
In order to look up a Florida Deed, you will need to first determine the name of the county where the property is located. For example, if you need to find a property in the City of Davie, Florida, then you will look in Broward County public records. Next, you navigate to the county public records website that corresponds with the county of where the property is located. Each Florida County has a free search engine for public records. Below you can find links to each county’s search engine.
There are many ways to look up the deed on the county’s website. You can search by “Name” of Grantor or Grantee. If you search by “Document Type,” you must choose “(D) Deed” as your document type and then you can narrow the search by the date. You can just search by “Date Recorded” if you know the exact date your deed was issued. Additionally, you may choose to look up a deed by other means such as “Book/Page,” “Instrument Number,” or “Consideration Amount” if you have access to that information.
Once you have searched by the criteria you have chosen, a list of deeds will be displayed. Click on the deed you would like to review, which will then take you to the specific conveyance you requested where you will be able to see information about the transfer and copy of the deed. From there you can then download and print the deed you requested.
Alternatively, all counties maintain a Property Appraisers website that allows you to search for a property by owner name, address, subdivision, property ID, and in some instances, other criteria. If you conduct a search, oftentimes they will have a link to include a section on sales history with a link to a copy of the deed which can be downloaded and printed.
PLEASE NOTE OUR OFFICE DOES NOT AND WILL NOT OBTAIN A DEED FOR YOU – WE DO NOT PERFORM THESE SERVICES – PLEASE CLICK THE LINKS BELOW AND YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO RETRIEVE A COPY OF YOUR RECORDED DEED FOR FREE!
As noted above, below please find the links to the Official Record Search engine for all Florida Counties.
30.Indian River: http://ori.indian-river.org/home/index
50.Palm Beach: http://oris.co.palm-beach.fl.us/or_web1/or_sch_1.asp
55.St. Johns: https://doris.clk.co.st-johns.fl.us/LandmarkWebSJC/home/index
56.St. Lucie: https://acclaimweb.stlucieclerk.com/
57.Santa Rosa: https://acclaim.srccol.com/AcclaimWeb/
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