How can I find out if there is a lien on my property?

Information concerning liens recorded against a property may be researched by the public in the County Clerk’s Deed Records Department located at 101 W. Nueva, Suite B109, San Antonio, TX 78205, or visit our website. Title insurance and guaranteed clear title searches are performed by title companies for a fee; you may also seek legal advice from an attorney. The County Clerk’s Office does not guarantee a clear title and is not responsible for any encumbrances on the property. We suggest you contact your legal advisor if you have concerns or questions about a particular property.

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1. How do I get a copy of my deed?
2. I paid off my house, where is my original deed?
3. The bank sent me my release and said I need to take it to your office. What do I need to do?
4. How can I find out if there is a lien on my property?
5. What are your filing fees?
6. May I record a copy of my document? Do I need to provide my original document to get recorded?
7. Where can I get a deed drawn up?
8. Where do I register for my Homestead/Over 65/Disabled exemptions?
9. Is there a Notary in your building?
10. How long will it take to record a document if I submit it in person?
11. How long does it take for a document to become a public record?
12. What is the fee for filing a Federal Tax Lien and/or Release of Federal Tax Lien?