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Greene County Officials Warn Property Owners About Mail Offers From the National Deed Service


Greene County officials are warning property owners about mail offers from the the National Deed Service. KSMU's Jana Greer reports.

Greene County officials say residents in Greene County should be cautious if they receive mail from the National Deed Service. The company offers property owners a copy of their deed for $59.50.

Jenny Fillmer Edwards is the Greene County Public Information Officer. She says that if you are a property owner you probably already have a copy of your deed.

Edwards says the letter from the National Deed Service makes it seem hard to get a copy of your deed.

Barry Isaacs is the President of the National Deed Service. He says that it can be aggravating to get a copy of your deed and his company will save you the time and energy.

If you do need a copy of your deed, Edwards says it is not hard to get it at the Greene County Records Office.

Isaacs says his service costs more but it can be worth it.

If you get your deed from the Greene County Records Office it generally costs about two or three dollars.