Real Estate Records
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Options to Access Real Estate Records in Pierce County
Option 1) Tapestry - for occasional user
Tapestry is an Internet access program designed for the occasional user who has some understanding of real estate documents. Tapestry offers access to real estate documents recorded in Pierce County beginning 1998 to the present. Since fees are assessed to pay for support and maintenance of the system you will need a credit card to use this. The following fees will be charged to use Tapestry: $6.95 per basic search, and $1.00 for printing a document image.
Click Tapestry if you are interested in accessing real estate records this way.
Option 2) Laredo is for the daily, local professional user
Laredo is an Internet access program designed for title insurance firms and other real estate-related firms that need access daily to the land records in the Pierce County Register of Deeds office. Laredo offers access to real estate documents recorded in Pierce County beginning 1998 to the present. If your real estate-related firm needs only occasional access, or if your computer expertise is limited, please consider using Tapestry instead. See Laredo contract for fee schedule. If you would like to use the Laredo system please contact the Pierce County Register of Deeds office to have an account set up for you. Pierce County Laredo Contract.
Electronically Record your Real Estate Documents
If you would like to take advantage of recording documents electronically, contact one of these eRecording vendors:
eRecording Partners Network (ePN)
Indecomm Global Services