North Carolina Document Retrieval Services

Blue Streak Docs specializes in document retrieval. We created an efficient, highly effective system for retrieving documents with accuracy and speed.

Our North Carolina document retrieval services include deed searches, court case document retrieval, and UCC searches.

Document Retrieval for the North Carolina Mortgage Industry

Do you work in the mortgage industry and need documents from county records? We can search through all of North Carolina's 100 counties to find the information you need.

Whether you need a deed from Mecklenburg County, property liens from Wake County, or a lien release from Guilford County, we've got you covered!

We'll hunt down any North Carolina documents you're looking for, including:

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

Depending on your needs, we can simply report on the information we found in a simple, easy-to-read summary. We can also provide photocopies or court-certified copies of any documents we retrieve.

How Long Do North Carolina Document Retrieval Services Take?

We're usually able to complete document retrieval requests in North Carolina within 24 hours. (We aren't kidding about our lightning-fast document retrieval!) It may take longer if you need documents from a rural county our searchers don't visit often.

North Carolina Deed Search

Our document retrieval services include deed searches throughout North Carolina. All you need to do is provide us with the name(s) of the grantor or grantee, the address of the property, and the county it's located in. Once we have all that information, we can search for any deed, mortgage, or release! We'll send over a comprehensive deed search report with all the details we found.

Civil Court Document Retrieval in North Carolina

Need civil court documents from any of North Carolina's county courthouses? Our network of experienced searchers can find everything you need, including documents related to:

  • Foreclosures
  • Divorce cases
  • Lists of Heirs
  • Death Certificates
  • Wills

You'll need to provide us with names, a range of years to search for, or a specific case number if you have one. It's always a plus if you have the case number, as it saves us time from having to search through years of documents to locate what you need.

How Long Does it Take to Retrieve Court Documents in North Carolina?

Typically, we can retrieve documents from North Carolina within 48 hours. That said, this process could take longer if the case is in mediation or the judge's chamber, or if we need to order a file from storage. If your documents require a longer timeline, our searchers will keep you up to date on the status of each request so you'll always know where they are in the process.

North Carolina UCC Search

A UCC search is a type of document retrieval service — it's also referred to as a UCC lien search or a UCC filing search. We can retrieve UCCs from both the state and county levels. We'll tailor our UCC search to fit your requirements, such as including continuances and terminations or providing photocopies.

After conducting a UCC search in North Carolina, we'll provide you with information such as:

  • Name of debtor
  • Names of any secured parties
  • Date of transaction or recording

Our staff is here to answer any questions you have throughout the UCC search process, and any UCC filing we retrieve goes through a quality assurance check so you only get the most accurate documents possible.

Reliable North Carolina Document Retrieval

Blue Streak Docs prides itself on only providing the most accurate, high-quality results possible. Plus, our network of searchers means we can deliver everything you need with lightning-fast speed, no matter where your documents are located in North Carolina. Ready to experience the Blue Streak Docs difference? Place your order today!

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North Carolina Counties Served:

Alamance • Alexander • Alleghany • Anson • Ashe • Avery • Beaufort • Bertie • Bladen • Brunswick • Buncombe • Burke • Cabarrus • Caldwell • Camden • Carteret • Caswell • Catawba • Chatham • Cherokee • Chowan • Clay • Cleveland • Columbus • Craven • Cumberland • Currituck • Dare • Davidson • Davie • Duplin • Durham • Edgecombe • Forsyth • Franklin • Gaston • Gates • Graham • Granville • Greene • Guilford • Halifax • Harnett • Haywood • Henderson • Hertford • Hoke • Hyde • Iredell • Jackson • Johnston • Jones • Lee • Lenoir • Lincoln • Macon • Madison • Martin • McDowell • Mecklenburg • Mitchell • Montgomery • Moore • Nash • New Hanover • Northampton • Onslow • Orange • Pamlico • Pasquotank • Pender • Perquimans • Person • Pitt • Polk • Randolph • Richmond • Robeson • Rockingham • Rowan • Rutherford • Sampson • Scotland • Stanly • Stokes • Surry • Swain • Transylvania • Tyrrel • Union • Vance • Wake • Warren • Washington • Watauga • Wayne • Wilkes • Wilson • Yadkin • Yancey

North Carolina - Economics

North Carolina leads the nation in the production of tobacco and is a major producer of textiles and furniture. It grows 40% of all U.S. tobacco, but the continuing trend is toward diversification. Broilers, hogs, turkeys, greenhouse products, sweet potatoes, corn, soybeans, peanuts, and eggs are important. Plentiful forests supply the thriving furniture and lumber industries. The state has long been a major textile manufacturer, producing cotton, synthetic, and silk goods as well as various kinds of knit items.

Other leading manufactures are electrical machinery, computers, and chemicals; the Research Triangle complex near Chapel Hill has spurred high-tech manufacturing, as well as bringing federal jobs into the state. The state also has mineral resources: It leads the nation in the production of feldspar, mica, and lithium materials and produces substantial quantities of olivine, crushed granite, talc, clays, and phosphate rock. There are valuable coastal fisheries, with shrimp, menhaden, and crabs the principal catches. Charlotte developed in the 1980s into a major U.S. banking center, and related businesses have flourished in the area.

North Carolina - Facts & Figures

Area:52,586 sq mi (136,198 sq km)
Population:8,049,313 (as of 2000), a 21.4% increase since the 1990 census
Largest City:Charlotte
Statehood:Nov 21, 1789 (12th of the original 13 states to ratify the Constitution)
Highest Point:Mt. Mitchell, 6,684 ft (2,039 m)
Lowest Point:Sea Level
Nickname:Tar Heel State
Motto:Esse Quam Videri (To Be Rather than to Seem0
Abbreviation:N.C., NC

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