Learn how to access Public Records of property owners in Georgia using www.GSCCCA.org. You can find owner names, legal description, lien information, sale information & mortgage amount. Thank you to Doug Dean, closing attorney with Shafritz & Dean for showing us how to navigate this public website: DDean@Shafritz-Dean.com www.Shafritz-Dean.com. The following is a synopsis of the latest episode of “Real Estate Made Crystal Clear” with our very own Dana Sparks. You can watch the video in its entirety below.
Are you tired of driving down to the courthouse and spending hours searching for property records and deeds? Fortunately, the Georgia Superior Clerk of Courts Co-op Association (GSCCCA) has made this process much easier by putting all of their records online. In this blog post, we will introduce you to GSCCCA.org, and explain how you can use it to find the property records you need.
Introduction to GSCCCA.org
The GSCCCA is a co-op of various online counties in Georgia where they put all of their deeds, tax records, and warranty deed books online. It is a subscription-based service, but some brokerages will provide this service for free. The website is a wealth of information that can be helpful to you as a real estate agent, whether you are prospecting for business or helping a seller sell their property.
Benefits of using GSCCCA.org for Real Estate Agents
Knowing the legal description of a property, what liens are attached to the property, and how much a person still owes on their mortgage can all be useful information for a real estate agent. With GSCCCA.org, you can find all of this information and more. This can help you when you are prospecting for business or when you are helping a seller sell their property.
Alternative Options to GSCCCA.org
While GSCCCA.org is a great resource, some counties make their deed records available independently of the GSCCCA. Counties like Cobb, Forsyth, Cherokee, and Douglas have their own services. You can find these services by contacting the clerk of superior court in each county.
How to Access GSCCCA.org and Find Property Records
To access GSCCCA.org, go to www.gsccca.org and click on the “log in” button at the top of the page. If you are a Maximum One Realty agent, you can get a login from your brokerage. Once you are logged in, you can search for property records by seller’s name or other identifying information. GSCCCA.org also provides tips and tricks on how to find the information you need.
In conclusion, GSCCCA.org is a valuable resource for real estate agents in Georgia. It provides access to property records and deeds for all 159 counties in Georgia. While there are alternative options available, GSCCCA.org is the most comprehensive resource available. So, next time you need to find property records or deeds, save yourself the trip to the courthouse and use GSCCCA.org instead.
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