Washington D.C. Document Retrieval Services
Our mission is to be the leading supplier of mortgage information for our clients – we've spent years perfecting the process.
Now, we're able to fully leverage our nationwide team of document retrieval experts and industry-leading technology so you get your mortgage documents at lightning-fast speed!
We specialize in deed searches, civil court record retrieval, and UCC searches. Learn more about our services here!
Document Retrieval For The Washington D.C. Mortgage Industry
We can search through the public records of any Washington D.C. neighborhood to find the mortgage documents you need.
Whether you're searching for a deed, mortgage, property lien, or chain of title, we've got you covered! Let us know exactly what your requirements are so we can deliver the most accurate results. Our team is able to provide a report on the recording information, photocopies, or court-certified documents as needed.
How Long Does Document Retrieval Take in Washington, D.C.?
Our team turns around most document retrieval requests within 24 hours. It could take a bit longer if you need documents from a more remote area we don't visit often. If that's the case, we will keep you updated every step of the way!
Washington D.C. Deed Search
Are you just looking for the deed of one property? Do you have thousands of requests per month? It doesn't matter – no job is too big or too small for us!
Supply us with the name(s) of the grantor or grantee, the property's address, and the county the property is located in.
We'll conduct a deed search and send you a report with the following information:
- The name of the grantor/grantee
- A legal description of the property
- Date of transfer
- Recording date
- Copy of the deed, if requested
Civil Court Case Record Retrieval In Washington D.C.
We've compiled a team of document retrieval experts who know how to navigate the complex court systems of Washington D.C..
Common court case records we retrieve for clients are related to:
- Divorce cases
- Death certificates
- Final judgments
All we need to get started is a range of years to search and any names associated with the court case. Also, if you have a case file number, you'll have the documents you need much faster!
How Long Does it Take to Retrieve Civil Court Records?
In general, we can retrieve most civil court case files within 48 hours.
Situations that could cause this process to take longer include:
- A file needs to be ordered from storage
- The case is in mediation
- The case is in a judge's chamber
If your request will take longer than 48 hours, our top-of-the-line document tracking technology will keep you updated every step of the way. Plus, our support team is always available if you have any questions.
Washington D.C. UCC Search
UCCs can be filed at the county or state level, meaning they might require a bit of extra digging.
We need at least one of the following pieces of information: the name of the debtor, the property's location, and the approximate date of the transaction or recording.
Once we have everything we need, we will get started on your UCC search the same exact day!
We'll send you a report containing:
- The name of the debtor
- Names of any secured parties
- Date of transaction
- Date of recording
- Photocopy, if requested
- Continuances and terminations, if requested
The Most Reliable Document Retrieval in Washington, D.C.
We know the ins and outs of how to find the documents you need so you don't have to worry about it! When it comes to navigating local court systems, efficiently searching through county records, and on-time delivery, you can trust Blue Streak Docs.
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Washington D.C. - Economics
Washington is the legislative, administrative, and judicial center of the United States but has little industry; its business is government, and hundreds of thousands are so employed in the metropolitan area. The city is also a major tourist attraction and a cultural center. Transportation facilities include a subway system that connects the city with many suburbs. The main rail and air hubs are Union Station and Ronald Reagan Washington National and Dulles International airports (both in Virginia). Nearby military installations include Fort McNair, Fort Myer, Andrews Air Force Base, and Bolling Air Force Base.
Washington D.C. - Facts & Figures
|Area:||68.34 sq mi (177.0 km2)|
|Population:||4,923,153 (as of 2000), a 25.5% increase since 1990|
|Highest Point:||Reno Reservoir 410 feet (125 m)|
|Lowest Point:||Sea Level|
|Nickname:||Capital Of America, The District|