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how long it takes for the new owners name appear in the property appraiser record? we sold our home ,still our name on it

Asked by At, Fort Lauderdale, FL Sun Mar 13, 2011

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THE NORMAL TIME HAS ALWAYS BEEN ABOUT 6 WEEKS BUT IF YOU CALL YOYUR TITLE COMPANY OR TTNY WHO DID THE CLOSING THEY WILL TELL YOU WHAT IS HOLDING THIS UP AND GET ON IT AND GET YOU FAST ANSWERS.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Mon Mar 14, 2011
The Property Appraiser's records typically roll out within 6 weeks but it may be much less, it depends on the time of year. In the month to 6 weeks preceeding June 1 it will take the full slot due to property appraisers offices around the state preparing records. If you are wondering if the property has indeed been conveyed unto you or another party-here's the steps to take.

Go to http://www.floridataxsale-foreclosure-info.com/CountyGovernm…
Locate your county of interest on the interactive map, on the returned page locate the official records search link. Follow that link to the official county records and enter your name or a partial legal description. The returned list will include any conveyances/recorded docs in the county which pertaining to your name. the official records are uploaded nightly and are typically indexed within 3 days. If you run the search of official records by legal description of property what will be retruned are all recorded docs pertaining to the specific property. I.E.-conveyances, mortgages, liens, satisfactions, releases, etc..
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Mar 28, 2011
When you're talking about government involvement, it's gonna be a toss-up!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Mar 14, 2011
Should be changed within 6 weeks times. Also you should be able to pull up the Broward County clerk's office online records to see if the deed was recorded. If it wasn't recorded yet, contact the title company that did your closing, their address will be on the HUD-1 Settlement Statement you should have received at closing. If that title company does not return your call within 48 hours, go to their office in person if possible.
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