FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 9, 2001
Deed copies available now on the Internet.
NETRonline, a division of NETR Real Estate Research and Information, now has deeds and other documents of public record available that may be accessed from your computer 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Like having the keys to the courthouse, you can now retrieve images of documents when you are available instead of during courthouse hours.
Visitors to www.netronline.com will be able to access immediately documents of record including deeds, leases, liens, easements, and more. There are more than one billion different documents available from over 110 counties nationwide. A single document may be purchased for as little as three dollars – often less than the cost of parking and making copies at the courthouse. The cost is per document, whether it is one or one hundred pages long.
Interested visitors can set up a pre-paid account that maintains a running balance, or order documents on a pay-as-you-go basis with a credit card. With this flexibility, clients can customize their ordering process to meet their business or personal needs.
NETRonline adds this service to its already extensive real estate information portal. While visiting, a user is provided with a comprehensive directory of local government’s Assessors and Recorders offices, including hundreds of links to free online databases and official government web pages. Also available are home value checks, criminal records searches, and environmental real estate information such as hazards, legislation, and a directory of service providers to help you.
Tailored to the real estate professional but open to the public, NETRonline is a real estate information web site located in Tempe, AZ. NETR and may be contacted at (480) 967-6752 for additional information about their services. A free copy of their newsletter, NETR’s Notes, is available by signing up online.
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Deed copies available now on the Internet
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