How do I get a copy of my deed?

You should have received a copy of your deed when you first purchased your property. The previous owner signed the deed transferring title to you, and a copy of that deed was filed in the Recorder’s Office. If you cannot find your deed copy or if you simply need an extra one, visit us at our office at: Greene County Recorder’s Office 69 Greene St Third Floor Xenia, Oh 45385 You may also obtain deed copies on the Recorder’s Document Search website. The images on the Greene County Recorder’s website are provided for informational purposes only. The images are watermarked to external users, but the official images located in the Recorder’s Office do not have a watermark. Documents or pages received for filing with the watermark on them will not be accepted for recording. Official documents and pages without the watermark are available for copying from 7:30 am – 4:30 pm, Monday thru Friday inside the Greene County Recorder's Office. The fee for self-service official copies without the watermark is $.10 cents per page. If we make the copy for you, we are required by the state to charge $2.00 per page. If you call us and order a copy, we are required by the state to charge $2.00 per page plus the cost of mailing or faxing it to you.

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1. I paid off my mortgage but have not received the deed. Why?
2. How do I get a copy of my deed?
3. I printed a copy from your internet search site and it contains a watermark that states INTERNET IMAGE. What is an internet image? Can I record an internet image with my document?
4. Can I record my document anytime during the day?