Blackford County has just become the 15th Indiana County to allow recorded document information available on the web via Doxpop. Blackford County is also a part of the Doxpop's Free Property Watch Service designed to help eliminate property fraud. These services are provided on the web without the need of taxpayer money.
Local property owners who wish to receive email notification when documents referencing their property are filed by the Recorder may go to watch.doxpop.com to register. It costs nothing to use this free service.
Access to detailed index and image information is provided at www.doxpop.com as a subscription service designed to serve businesses. Recorded document index information dates back to January of 1992. Scanned images of recorded documents such as mortgages, deeds, and liens are available beginning in October of 2000. Doxpop now provides index information for 5.7 million Indiana recorded documents.
Doxpop would like to offer a very special thank you to Recorder Derinda Shady and First Deputy Patricia Mulholland for their long and patient efforts in bringing Doxpop to their county.
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