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recently sold my home and i notice the new owners are not llisted or recorded in property appraiser why is that how long will it take to see it

Asked by At, Fort Lauderdale, FL Wed Mar 9, 2011

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In Broward county it will be close to 6 weeks
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Sep 19, 2012
Just wait little longer. They will update. They may be busy but you can always call the Broward County Appraiser's office to ask the name change.

Sedat Celik, Realtor

sedat@celiks.com
954-661-2565
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Mar 10, 2011
While each property appraiser office is different in regards to the turn around time for getting new information input, it is not uncommon for it to take 2-3 months. Keep an eye on it, but don't worry about it.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 9, 2011
In Broward county it usually takes up to few weeks. If after few weeks, you won't see the names of new owners appearing in the public records, you may try to contact Broward County appraiser's office and ask. But at this point, you should not worry.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 9, 2011
It depends a lot on the County recorder's office and the speed with which they are processing files. I have seen it take up to 6 months for the records to be updated. It doesn't affect the fact that you have sold your property and you are no longer "in title" to it (so long as the deed was, in fact delivered to the Buyer and recorded in the public records).
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