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Cheaper way to buy copies of property deeds

Cheaper way to buy copies of property deeds

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The Better Business Bureau issued a warning today that  property owners have received letters from National Deed Service, Inc. The letter explains that the U.S. Government Federal Citizen Information Center recommends you have a certified copy of your propery deed. You can pay $59.50 to buy one from the company. But it’s cheaper to order a certified copy from your local county auditor's office. But if you already have the original deed, you don’t need a certified copy. And if you sell the property, you won't need the deed to sign it over to the buyer; you'll have a new deed prepared for that purpose.

Posted by AGO Blog Moderator at 12/19/2007 11:54:01 AM | 

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