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# # Title Attorney or Title Closer takes the Deed to the Courthouse. It is important for a Buyer to understand that they do not own the property until that Deed is recorded.
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Minnette - Our title and escrow company takes care of it.
That would be a question for the Title & Escrow company - they handle that
We are an attorney state and they handle that process with local town halls (not county offices).
Our title company takes care of recordation.
The title officer sends it to the county for recordation.
Pick up the phone, call a title rep, they will do the rest quick and easy.
Minnette Olsen we are an attorney state - and I have seen runners going to registry of deeds after closing documents are signed by all parties.
This is not something that a Realtor does - the title company performs this important task.
We leave it to the title company.
Title comp[any takes it to the county recorder and they record it
drop off the deed along with a real estate transfer form and a couple of checks at the register of deeds office and they do it for you.
Our Title Companies take care of that.
The title company takes care of this.
Title does it when the money is in.
Minnette Olsen Going down to see the Clerk of the Court, paying the fee and recording the deed.
The title company (closing company) does the recording after the closing and it is done within 24 hours or as soon as possible.
It's taken or emailed to our local clerk who will record it.
I'm in an attorney state so I don't touch anything.
County recorder is open for business to all. Title insurance helps with this too
In our area the title company goes to the country court house where the property is located and records the deed. Of course they charge for that service.
This is done at the recorder's office for our county. I assume it's handled similarly througout the state. I don't know specifically how it happens at the office.
This is completed at title here in Arizona. The process is very quick.
The lawyers handle this process in accordance with the laws and regulations of our jurisdiction.