Illinois Document Retrieval Services

We specialize in document retrieval services throughout the state of Illinois. For over a decade, we've worked on streamlining the document search and retrieval process to provide every single customer with lightning-fast, accurate service.

Whether you need a deed search, mortgage/deed of trust search, UCC search, or civil court records, Blue Streak Docs' experienced network of searchers will find the missing documents you need.

Document Retrieval for the Illinois Mortgage Industry

We're able to conduct searches throughout all of Illinois' 102 counties. As a mortgage industry professional, we understand that getting the documents you need on time and within budget is crucial. That's why we're here to cater our services to fit your needs.

Need a court-certified copy or photocopy? We can get it for you. Prefer the straight facts in an easy-to-read report? We'll send over our findings!

We can retrieve documents such as:

  • Deeds
  • Mortgages
  • Property liens
  • Assignments
  • Lien releases

How Long Do Document Retrieval Services Take in Illinois?

We can usually turn around this kind of document retrieval within 24 hours. If you need documents from a more rural county that our searchers don't visit often, it could take a bit longer.

Illinois Deed Search

We're able to search for any deed within the state of Illinois. If you're looking for a conveyance document on a specific property within a certain time period, we can also provide mortgages or releases as needed.

To perform a deed search, all we need from you is the name of the grantor or grantee, and the address and county of the property.

If you're looking for a special type of deed, let us know. We can retrieve warranty deeds, quitclaim deeds, special warranty deeds, or any other type of deeds!

Illinois Civil Court Case Document Retrieval

Our document retrieval services include Illinois civil court case files. Found in each county's civil court records, we can retrieve documents related to:

  • Divorce cases
  • Death certificates
  • List of heirs 
  • Wills
  • Foreclosures
  • Bankruptcy cases

Some abstracting companies think these are more difficult to obtain, but we know the ins and outs of the civil court system and what it takes to get a specific document pulled.

To start a civil court record search, we'll need relevant names and a range of years to search for. If you have a case number, that's even better! It takes a lot of guesswork out of the equation, as we'll be able to search using the specific case number. This also cuts down on the time it takes to search for and retrieve your documents.

How Long Does Civil Court Case Document Retrieval Take in Illinois?

We can turn most requests around in 48 hours. That said, there are a few factors that affect how long it takes, such as whether or not a file needs to be ordered from storage, if the case is in mediation, or if the case is in a judge's chamber. If your request takes longer than 48 hours, we'll keep you posted on the status until it's completed.

Illinois UCC Search

We also specialize in UCC searches. Provide us with the name of the debtor, the location of the property, and an approximate transaction or recording date (if possible). We'll take this information and search through UCC filings at both the county or state levels! If needed, we can also include continuances and terminations of the UCC filing.

Whether you have one request or thousands, our experienced document retrieval department can handle projects of any size. We can provide you with the full recording information of the UCC filing and send over copies of the documents as well.

Try Blue Streak Docs for Your Illinois Document Retrieval Needs

We provide industry-leading turnaround times, document-tracking technology, and close attention to detail. Try out our Illinois document retrieval services today!

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Illinois Counties Served:

Adams • Alexander • Bond • Boone • Brown • Bureau • Calhoun • Carroll • Cass • Champaign • Christian • Clark • Clay • Clinton • Coles • Cook • Crawford • Cumberland • De Witt • DeKalb • Douglas • DuPage • Edgar • Edwards • Effingham • Fayette • Ford • Franklin • Fulton • Gallatin • Greene • Grundy • Hamilton • Hancock • Hardin • Henderson • Henry • Iroquois • Jackson • Jasper • Jefferson • Jersey • Jo Daviess • Johnson • Kane • Kankakee • Kendall • Knox • La Salle • Lake • Lawrence • Lee • Livingston • Logan • Macon • Macoupin • Madison • Marion • Marshall • Mason • Massac • McDonough • McHenry • McLean • Menard • Mercer • Monroe • Montgomery • Morgan • Moultrie • Ogle • Peoria • Perry • Piatt • Pike • Pope • Pulaski • Putnam • Randolph • Richland • Rock Island • Saline • Sangamon • Schuyler • Scott • Shelby • St Clair • Stark • Stephenson • Tazewell • Union • Vermilion • Wabash • Warren • Washington • Wayne • White • Whiteside • Will • Williamson • Winnebago • Woodford

Illinois - Economics

Rich land, adequate rainfall (32–36 in./81–91 cm annually), and a long growing season make Illinois an important agricultural state. It consistently ranks among the top states in the production of corn and soybeans. Hogs and cattle are also principal sources of farm income. Other major crops include hay, wheat, and sorghum. Beneath the fertile topsoil lies mineral wealth, including fluorspar, bituminous coal, and oil; Illinois ranks high among the states in the production of coal, and its reserves are greater than any other state east of the Rocky Mts. Its agricultural and mineral resources, along with its excellent lines of communication and transportation, made Illinois industrial; by 1880 income from industry was almost double that from agriculture.

Leading Illinois manufactures include electrical and nonelectrical machinery, food products, fabricated and primary metal products, and chemicals; printed and published materials are also important. Metropolitan Chicago, the country’s leading rail center, is also a major industrial, as well as a commercial and financial, center. Suburbs of Chicago such as Schaumburg and Oak Brook have become important business centers. Scattered across the northern half of the state are cities with specialized industries — Elgin, Peoria, Rock Island, Moline, and Rockford. Industrially important cities in central Illinois include Springfield and Decatur.

Illinois - Facts & Figures

Area:56,400 sq mi (146,076 sq km)
Population:12,419,293 (as of 2000), an 8.6% increase since the 1990 census
Largest City:Chicago
Statehood:Dec 3, 1818 (21st state)
Highest Point:Charles Mound, 1,235 ft (377 m)
Lowest Point:Mississippi River, 279 ft (85 m)
Nickname:Inland Empire, Prairie State
Motto:State Sovereignty—National Union
Flower:Native Violet
Tree:White Oak
Abbreviation:Ill, IL

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