Calhoun County Title Deed

Search for Calhoun County AL title deeds. A title deed search can provide information on property titles, property sales, property transfers, property sale prices, previous owners, current owners, proof of ownership, property descriptions, zoning rules, sale and use rules, and sale prices for property.


Calhoun County Recorder Of Deeds

Recorders of Deeds maintain real estate ownership documents for a county or local government. The office ensures the accuracy of property, land, and property tax records, and as part of this responsibility, Recorders of Deeds keep title deeds. These title deeds provide information on property transfers, including the names of previous and current owners, a description of the property, and the purchase price. They act as proof of ownership and also list zoning rules for the property. Recorders of Deeds typically provide online access to their title deeds.

Calhoun County Recorder of Deeds Anniston AL 1702 Noble Street 36201 256-241-2825


Calhoun County Building Department

Building Departments create and enforce building codes to ensure the construction of safe buildings. As part of this process, Building Departments may keep title deeds, especially for new properties. Title deeds act as proof of ownership, and they typically contain information about the property, its size, and any zoning or use rules. These records provide information on property transfers, including the name of the previous and current owners, the sale price, and a description of the property. Title deeds may be available on the Building Department website.

Anniston Building Department, Planning and Zoning Anniston AL 1128 Gurnee Avenue 36201 256-231-7720

Anniston Permits Anniston AL 1018 Noble Street 36201 256-236-0996


Calhoun County Town & City Hall

Town and City Halls provide several municipal functions for their jurisdiction, and as part of their responsibilities they maintain important records for their town or city. This includes title deeds, which act as proof of ownership and typically contain information about the property being sold, its size, and any zoning or use rules. Title deeds also list information on property sales and transfers, including the name of previous and current owners, the sale price, and a description of the property. Title deeds may be available through the Town or City Hall website.

Anniston City Hall Anniston AL 1128 Gurnee Avenue 36201 256-236-3422

Jacksonville City Hall Jacksonville AL 320 Church Avenue Southeast 36265 256-435-6960

Ohatchee Town Hall Ohatchee AL 7801 Alabama 77 36271 256-892-3232

Piedmont City Hall Piedmont AL 109 North Center Avenue 36272 256-447-3560


Calhoun County Clerk Office

Clerk Offices operate at the county or local level and their primary purpose is the preservation of public records. Clerk Offices maintain a number of property-related records, including title deeds. These deeds provide information on property transfers, such as the names of the previous and current owners, the purchase price, and a description of the property. Title deeds act as proof of ownership and they may also contain information about the size of the property and any zoning rules. Clerk Offices often provide online access to their title deed records.

Calhoun County Clerk Anniston AL 25 West 11th Street 36201 256-231-1750

Jacksonville City Clerk Jacksonville AL 320 Church Avenue Southeast 36265 256-435-7611

Ogunquit Town Clerk Ohatchee AL 7801 Al Highway 77 36271 256-892-3233

Oxford City Clerk Oxford AL 145 Hamric Drive East 36203 256-835-6100

Piedmont City Clerk Piedmont AL 109 North Center Avenue 36272 256-447-9007


Calhoun County Assessor Office

Assessor Offices determine the appraisal value of taxable property within their jurisdiction, often at the county or local level. This information is used to assess property taxes owed by residents. Assessors may also keep a number of property-related documents, including title deeds. These records provide details on property transfers, such as the names of previous and current owners, the sale price, and a description of the property. Title deeds act as proof of ownership, and they may contain information about the size of the property and any zoning or use rules. Assessor Offices may provide online access to title deed records.

Calhoun County Revenue Commission Anniston AL 1702 Noble Street 36201 256-241-2855