Colorado Document Retrieval Services

Blue Streak Docs specializes in Colorado document retrieval services. We know it's not always easy to find the documents you need, which is why we're here to help!

Learn more about our most popular document retrieval services: deed searches, civil court case records, and UCC searches.

Document Retrieval For The Colorado Mortgage Industry

We can retrieve documents from all of Colorado's 64 county courthouses! If you need a missing document retrieved, you can count on our team of document retrieval experts to get it done.

We'll find everything, including:

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

We want to deliver the most accurate results possible, so let us know exactly what your specifications are. For example, we could simply provide photocopies of the documents needed or obtain court-certified copies. If you don't need an actual copy of the document, we can simply report on the information discovered.

How Long Does Document Retrieval in Colorado Take?

In general, most requests can be turned around within 24 hours. However, it could take a bit longer if you need documents from a remote county in Colorado our team doesn't visit often.

Colorado Deed Search

This type of document retrieval involves searching through records to find the deed on a specific property. If you're looking for a conveyance document on a specific property for a certain time period, we can also look for mortgages and releases.

To get started with a deed search, we'll need the name(s) of the grantor or grantee, the property's address, and the county where the property is located.

We'll send back a deed search report that includes:

  • Grantor/grantee
  • Legal description of the designated property
  • Date of transfer
  • Recording date
  • Copy of the deed if needed

Colorado Civil Court Records Search

Searching for civil court records in Colorado is another type of document retrieval we specialize in. Whether you need documents pertaining to divorce cases, foreclosures, wills, death certificates, or lists of heirs, we'll find them for you!

We'll need you to provide our team with relevant names and a range of years to search. If you have the case number associated with the court records, it will dramatically decrease the amount of time it takes for us to locate the document.

How Long Does it Take to Retrieve Civil Court Documents in Colorado?

Civil court case files can usually be retrieved within 48 hours. There are a few factors that affect this timeline, including whether a file needs to be ordered from storage, if the case is in mediation, or if the case is in the judge's chambers. If the timeline to retrieve your documents is affected for any reason, our team of searchers will regularly check the status of your requests and keep you updated!

Colorado UCC Search

Filed at the state and county levels, UCCs can be located in a couple of different places. We've been conducting UCC searches for decades and can handle requests as small as one UCC search or as large as thousands.

All we need from you to get started is the name of the debtor and location of the property. Then, we'll get to work the same day we received your request! Based on your specifications, we can include any UCC continuances and terminations, send over photocopies of the document, or simply report on the recording information of the UCC filing.

We'll send back a UCC search report that includes:

  • Name of the debtor
  • Names of any secured parties
  • Date of transaction
  • Date of recording
  • Photocopy (if requested)

Your Designated Colorado Document Retrieval Company

Looking for a reliable document retrieval company? Place your order today to experience the Blue Streak Docs difference. We promise lightning-fast speed, accuracy, and attention to detail. Plus, our team of searchers is always available to answer your questions.

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Colorado Counties Served:

Adams • Alamosa • Arapahoe • Archuleta • Baca • Bent • Boulder • Broomfield • Chaffee • Cheyenne • Clear Creek • Conejos • Costilla • Crowley • Custer • Delta • Denver • Dolores • Douglas • Eagle • El Paso • Elbert • Fremont • Garfield • Gilpin • Grand • Gunnison • Hinsdale • Huerfano • Jackson • Jefferson • Kiowa • Kit Carson • La Plata • Lake • Larimer • Las Animas • Lincoln • Logan • Mesa • Mineral • Moffat • Montezuma • Montrose • Morgan • Otero • Ouray • Park • Phillips • Pitkin • Prowers • Pueblo • Rio Blanco • Rio Grande • Routt • Saguache • San Juan • San Miguel • Sedgwick • Summit • Teller • Washington • Weld • Yuma

Colorado - Economics

Agriculture, especially the raising of cattle and sheep and production of dairy goods, is economically important in the state. Crops include wheat, hay, corn, and sugar beets. Since the 1950s manufacturing has been the major source of income in the state. Food processing is a major industry; others include the manufacture of computer equipment, aerospace products, transportation equipment, and electrical equipment; printing and publishing; and the production of fabricated metals, chemicals, and lumber. Federal facilities including army and air force bases, prisons, and the Denver Mint, as well as regional offices, contribute greatly to the economy. A new $4 billion international airport opened near Denver in Feb., 1995.

Tourism plays a vital role in Colorado’s economy. The state’s climate, scenery, historical sites, and extensive recreational facilities bring millions of visitors annually. Numerous resorts in towns such as Vail and Aspen attract visitors year-round as well as during ski season. Besides fine hunting, fishing, and skiing there are many special events held in the state, including arts festivals, rodeos, and fairs.

Colorado - Facts & Figures

Area:104,247 sq mi (270,000 sq km)
Population:4,301,261 as of (2000), a 30.6% increase since the 1990 census
Largest City:Denver
Statehood:Aug. 1, 1876 (38th state)
Highest Point:Mt. Elbert, 14,433 ft (4,402 m)
Lowest Point:Arkansas River, 3,350 ft (1,022 m)
Nickname:Centennial State
Motto:Nil Sine Numine (Nothing without Providence)
Bird:Lark Bunting
Flower:Rocky Mountain Columbine
Tree:Colorado Blue Spruce
Abbreviation:Colo, CO

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