How can I get a copy of my deed?
Anyone can come into the office and search our indices and images on eight computers for the most up-to-date information, for no fee. Our computer indices date back to 1973. We have hand indices dating back as far as late 1800s.

You can also go online at to view Texas Records. If you know your volume and page number or your document number you can call us and we will let you know how many pages your deed is and how much money to send with your written request. Copies are $1 per page, and $5 per document if you need them certified.

You can also download a request for document copies.

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1. How can I get a copy of my deed?
2. Is there a cost to view the records in the clerk’s office?
3. Can I bring my own computer to the office to take notes from?
4. Can I use flash photography to make a copy of the documents?
5. Can I bring my own scanner?
6. Can I hook or link my computer into your public search stations or utilize their USB ports to download data?
7. I have paid off the mortgage on my house. Where can I get a title?
8. Can I accept a “quit claim” deed when I purchase a piece of property?