What is the Harris County Recorder of deeds?
The Harris County Recorder of Deeds, located in Houston, Texas is a centralized office where public records are recorded, indexed, and stored in Harris County, TX. The purpose of the Recorder of Deeds is to ensure the accuracy of Harris County property and land records and to preserve their continuity.
What court records are available in Harris County?
County Court Records Harris County Court Civil Only District Court Records Harris County District Clerk Civil, Criminal, and Family Justice of the Peace Records Harris County Justice of the Peace Civil and Criminal (All 16 Justice Courts) Records Quick Links Harris County Archives
What kind of Records does the Houston County Recorder's office have?
The County Recorder also maintains records on documentation of Vitals (birth death and marriage records), and Military Service discharge records. Most all of the records in the Recorder's office are public records. The Recorder also makes and updates Abstracts of Title for all the parcels of land in Houston County.
How much does it cost to record a deed in Houston?
You are NOT on the Houston County official website, you are on Deeds.com, a private website that is not affiliated with any government agency. The County Clerk is responsible for recording and maintaining real property records. The cost to record a real estate deed is $26 for the first page and $4 for each additional page of the document.