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I hope that everything worked out in your favor and you were able to recover your deed and kept the house. I am a real estate broker and owner of Find Home 123, Inc real estate company. I would like to extend my personal services to you. Feel free to contact me for any real estate advise or service.
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Find Home 1-2-3, Inc
If an uncertified copy will do, you should be able to find one by going to the County clerk's website. Here is the link: http://www.mypalmbeachclerk.com/
Put in the name and search for deeds for the subject property. Good luck.
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You should be concerned if the deed to your home or other property is destroyed or lost. The deed you receive is really just a certification to you that your transaction has been established as public record; the true declaration of your ownership is held at the county courthouse. Your original deed cannot be replaced, but you can obtain a certified copy of your deed at your county courthouse. You will not need any identification because you are requesting a public record, but you will need to know the property holder's name and there will be a small charge for the copying.
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If the deed is being held by a bank or mortgage company, check with the current deed holder to be sure that any deed they are holding until full payment has been made is safe. If damage has occurred, work with your lending/mortgage organization to find out how they can replace these critical documents.
I hope this information answers your question but if you need anything additional please do not hesitate to contact me.
Always at Your Service,
Tom Priester e-PRO
"Results Driven Real Estate"
Keller Williams Realty