- Kalie Work
- Administrative Team
- Office Functions
- Recording Requirements
- Document Search and Copies
- Electronic Recording
- Real Property Transfer Tax
- Marriage Certificates
- Digitally Certified Record Copies
- APN Searching
- Other Records
- What forms of payment does the Washoe County Recorder accept?
- Can I get help preparing a document in the Recorder's Office?
- Does the Recorder's Office provide blank forms for the public to use?
- Does the Recorder's Office keep original documents?
- Does the Recorder's Office have a notary public available?
- How do I search online for recorded documents?
- What can I do if the image of my document does not display?
- What are the Washoe County Recorder's Office business hours and contact information?
- Does the Recorder's Office have copies of birth and death records?
- Does the Recorder's Office have copies of divorce records for Washoe County?
- Can I record my will with the Recorder's Office?
- Can I record a copy of a document?
- How do I record online?
- Are there fees to record online?
- How do I obtain copies of documents from the Recorder's Office?
- Does the Recorder's Office report recorded documents to the credit bureaus?
- What are the Recorder's Office hours of operation?
- What does it cost to record a document?
- How do I get a copy of my marriage license or license application?
- Has my Marriage Certificate been recorded?
- Can I come to the Recorder's Office and immediately receive a copy of my Marriage Certificate?
- Is expediting a Marriage Certificate an option?
- How long does it take for me to receive the marriage certificate copy?
- What is the process for correcting typographical errors on a Marriage Certificate?
- How do I get a copy of my marriage certificate?
- What is the difference between a marriage license and certificate?
- Will a copy of my marriage certificate be automatically mailed to me after it’s recorded?
- Real Property
- How do I add someone to the title of my property?
- How do I remove a deceased joint tenant's name from the title of my property?
- Does the Washoe County Recorder's Office provide Homestead forms?
- Does the Recorder's office provide searching services?
- What if a lien is still listed on my credit report after it's been paid?
- How is a lien removed?
- When a Deed of Trust/Mortgage is paid off, who records the release document and returns it to the property owner?
- What is a title search and how do I get one?
- How do I find out who owns a piece of property?
- I just paid off my house. How do I get my deed?
- Recording Notification Service
- What is the Recording Notification Service?
- Is there a fee to subscribe?
- How does the Recording Notification Service work?
- Can I add more than five names?
- My last name is very common; will I receive notification alerts that could possibly belong to someone else?
- How long does my name or parcel stay on the Recording Notification Service notification list?
- How do I sign up, modify my subscription, or unsubscribe to this service?
- Is my Recording Notification Service registration subject to public records law?
- What documents will I be notified about through the Recording Notification Service?
- What information is provided in a recording notification alert email?
- I received an alert on my property, how can I obtain a copy?
- I received an alert, what does the document mean?
- Does this service prevent someone from recording a document on my property?
- What should I do if I think I have been subject to fraud?
- I own multiple homes and/or properties in several different counties; will one subscription entry in one county cover me for all counties?
- Does this integrate with any online monitoring services (i.e. LifeLock)?
- Recording Notification Service
Electronic recording, also known as eRecording, is an efficient and cost effective alternative to mailing or delivering documents in person to the Washoe County Recorder's Office.; eRecording enables customers to securely submit and record documents via the Internet.
The Washoe County Recorder's Office was an early adopter of eRecording, recording its first document electronically in 2003. Today, nearly 70% of the documents in this office are recorded electronically.
When the Recorder's Office recorded documents back in the 1860's, the documents were delivered on foot, or by horseback. Over the next century, the United States Postal Service and overnight shipping services broadened the range of delivery methods. eRecording is simply another delivery mechanism for documents and improves the overall turnaround time for recording from days and weeks to minutes. For more information, or to ask us questions about eRecording, please contact our office at (775) 328-3661.
The Washoe County Recorder's Office currently uses three delivery agents (portals) for eRecording. You may reach out to any of them to learn more about how you can eRecord in Washoe County.
eRecording Partners Network, LLC
Phone: (888) 325-3365 x1
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