Arkansas Document Retrieval Services

Are you a mortgage professional? Blue Streak Docs provides document retrieval services in Arkansas (and the entire United States). We offer deed searches, civil court case record retrieval, and UCC searches.

If decades of experience have taught us anything, it’s that document retrieval services are essential for mortgage industry professionals. That’s why we’ve streamlined our processes to provide rapid, accurate results – from start to finish!

Find out what each of our services includes here.

Document Retrieval for the Arkansas Mortgage Industry

Looking for a specific real estate document? The Blue Streak Docs team can retrieve documents from any of Arkansas's 75 counties.

We search for all types of Arkansas real estate documents, including:

  • Deeds
  • Mortgages
  • Assignments
  • Property liens
  • Lien releases
  • And more!

We'll provide you with anything you need! Just let us know if you need photocopies, certified documents, or a brief report of our findings.

How Long Does Document Retrieval Take in Arkansas?

In many cases, document retrieval requests are completed within 24 hours. However, if you need documents from a remote part of Arkansas, it may take a bit longer. Rest assured, Blue Streak Docs will keep you updated on the status of your request.

Arkansas Deed Search

Do you need to find a deed in Arkansas? We can help with that too! Blue Streak Docs specializes in deed searches, as well as retrieving mortgage and release documents.

All we'll need from you is the name(s) of the grantor or grantee, the property address, and the county where the property is located. That’s it! Our document retrieval infrastructure allows us to promptly access your real estate documents.

Civil Court Case Retrieval in Arkansas

Blue Streak Docs can also help you retrieve Arkansas court documents. With years of experience, we know the ins and outs of the court systems and can quickly find the information you need!

Civil court cases we’ve searched for in the past include:

  • Final judgments
  • Foreclosures
  • Wills
  • Death certificates
  • Divorce cases
  • Pleadings

What we need to search Arkansas’s court records is a list of names, a case number, or a range of dates. Needless to say, if you have the case number, we can locate your documents faster!

How Long Does Court Case Record Retrieval Take in Arkansas?

In general, court document retrieval requests are available within 48 hours. However, retrieving these documents may take longer if the file needs to be pulled from storage or if the case is in mediation or the judge’s chamber. If this is the case for any of your documents, Blue Streak Docs will monitor the status of the request until it's ready!

Arkansas UCC Search

Uniform Commercial Codes (UCCs) are filed at the county recorder’s office or the state level with the Arkansas Secretary of State. Blue Streak Docs conducts UCC searches at both the state and county levels.

To start a UCC filing search,  our searchers need the name of the debtor and the location of the property. If you have further information, such as the date of the transaction or recording, this is also helpful to include.

Whether you’re acquiring one UCC filing or thousands, we’ll download our findings using our industry-leading reporting software.

Fast, Accurate Arkansas Document Retrieval Services

Are you ready for a glimpse of what Blue Streak Docs can do? Try out our nationwide document retrieval services today!

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Arkansas Counties Served:

Arkansas Northern • Arkansas Southern • Ashley • Baxter • Benton • Boone • Bradley • Calhoun • Carroll Eastern • Carroll Western • Chicot • Clark • Clay Eastern • Cleburne • Cleveland • Columbia • Conway • Craighead • Crawford • Crittenden • Cross • Dallas • Desha • Drew • Faulkner • Franklin • Fulton • Garland • Grant • Greene • Hempstead • Hot Spring • Howard • Independence • Izard • Jackson • Jefferson • Johnson • Lafayette • Lawrence • Lee • Lincoln • Little River • Logan Northern • Logan Southern • Lonoke • Madison • Marion • Miller • Mississippi Chickasawba District • Monroe • Montgomery • Nevada • Newton • Ouachita • Perry • Phillips • Pike • Poinsett • Polk • Pope • Prairie Northern • Pulaski • Randolph • Saline • Scott • Searcy • Sebastian • Sevier • Sharp • St Francis • Stone • Union • Van Buren • Washington • White • Woodruff • Yell Danville District

Arkansas - Economics

A major cotton-producing state in the 19th cent., Arkansas has since diversified its agricultural production and overall economy. Cotton is still an important crop, but ranks below soybeans and rice. Arkansas has become a leading producer of poultry, raising over one billion broiler chickens a year; turkeys, dairy goods, and catfish are also important. The state’s most important mineral products are petroleum, bromine and bromine compounds, and natural gas, and it is the nation’s leading bauxite producer. Principal manufactures are food products, chemicals, lumber and paper goods, electrical equipment, furniture, automobile and airplane parts, and machinery. The Pine Bluff Arsenal is among military installations contributing to the Arkansas economy.

Arkansas - Facts & Figures

Area:53,104 sq mi (137,539 sq km)
Population:2,673,400 (as of 2000), a 13.7% increase since the 1990 census
Capital:Little Rock
Largest City:Little Rock
Statehood:June 15, 1836 (25th state)
Highest Point:Magazine Mt., 2,753 ft (840 m)
Lowest Point:Ouachita River, 55 ft (17 m)
Nickname:Land of Opportunity
Motto:Regnat Populus (The People Rule)
Flower:Apple Blossom
Abbreviation:Ark, AR

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