Doxpop - Tools for Attorneys and Public Information Researchers: March 2014

Friday, March 28, 2014

New Castle Courier Times prints nice article about Doxpop's Property Watch Service.

Following up on a recent public demonstration, the Courier Times in New Castle Indiana has published a nice article describing the property watch service that Doxpop provides at no cost to recorders who partner with us for their public access needs:

Doxpop's Property Watch Service may be found at The service allows people to set a watch for any documents filed in their local recorder's office that affect their property. The Doxpop Property Watch Service provides eMailed notification within 10 minutes of the time that the document is filed.

There is no cost to either the county or the users of the property watch service. This allows recorders to add a valuable service for their constituents without increased use of public funds.