Title Search Services in Alabama

You can trust Blue Streak Docs for all of your title search needs in Alabama. We can help you find voluntary and involuntary liens, encumbrances, and property ownership information dating as far back as needed.

Our reports can be used for informational purposes including lien position information, foreclosure, audits, deeds in lieu of foreclosure, and more!

Learn more about our property search services here! 

Available Property Title Search Services

Current Owner Search In The State Of Alabama

Looking for information on the current owner of the property? This title search is perfect for you. We will pull everything for the specified property, from chain of title to full tax information.

 A current owner title search report contains:

  • Open mortgages
  • Assignments
  • Modifications
  • Involuntary liens
  • Notices
  • Full tax information
  • Chain of title
  • Legal description of the property
  • Photocopies, if requested

If you need information that isn't listed above, just ask!  We can customize any report to your exact specifications.

Two Owner Search In The State Of Alabama

This Alabama title search involves searching for information on the last two property owners. 

We will send you a two owner search report including:

  • Chain of title going back two full value deeds
  • Open mortgages
  • Liens
  • Notices
  • Tax information
  • Fully typed report
  • Photocopies, if requested

As with all of our other property title searches, we can customize this report. For example, maybe you want a target mortgage located, you may only be interested in liens that attach to the target property, or may only need specific pages of each document.

Our experienced document retrieval team will work with you to make sure we're sending over exactly what you need!

Alabama Judgment & Lien Search

This property search report finds all judgments and liens on a specified Alabama property. 

We can look for judgments on:

  • All names in title on the property
  • All names shown on the warranty deed
  • Names given by the client

Our judgment and lien search report will include:

  • Open judgments
  • Tax liens
  • Involuntary liens (against the property or the owner)

Fast, Accurate Title Search in Alabama

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Our reports can be used for lien position information, foreclosure, audits, deed in lieu of foreclosure, etc.

*The information and documents provided by Blue Streak Docs are not intended for use in issuing, investigating or underwriting any insured product, including but not limited to title insurance policies.

Just wanted to let you know how much we depend upon Mike and Merry. Even when a client is determining if they want a Property Report and ask a question we have no clue how to answer, we can depend on Mike and Merry to give us an educated, concise response to the question asked. Both Merry and Mike educate us on a daily basis. We appreciate them and are grateful they are assigned to our team. BSD is the best.
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Alabama Counties Served:

Autauga • Baldwin • Barbour (Clayton) • Barbour (Eufaula) • Bibb • Blount • Bullock • Butler • Calhoun • Chambers • Cherokee • Chilton • Choctaw • Clarke • Clay • Cleburne • Coffee-Elba • Coffee-Enterprise • Colbert • Conecuh • Coosa • Covington • Crenshaw • Cullman • Dale • Dallas • DeKalb • Elmore • Escambia • Etowah • Fayette • Franklin • Geneva • Greene • Hale • Henry • Houston • Jackson • Jefferson-Bessmer • Jefferson-Birmingham • Lamar • Lauderdale • Lawrence • Lee • Limestone • Lowndes • Macon • Madison • Marengo • Marion • Marshall • Mobile • Monroe • Montgomery • Morgan • Perry • Pickens • Pike • Randolph • Russell • Shelby • St Clair-Ashville • St Clair-Pell City • Sumter • Talladega • Tallapoosa • Tuscaloosa • Walker • Washington • Wilcox • Winston

Alabama - Economics

The central Black Belt, formerly a principal cotton-growing area, is now employed largely for raising poultry (the state ranks third in U.S. broiler chicken production) and cattle, Alabama’s most valuable agricultural products. Cotton is still the chief crop; greenhouse plants, peanuts, and vegetables are also important.

Although about half of Alabama’s area is devoted to agriculture, manufacturing accounts for a larger share of the state’s income. Where the Tennessee River loops across the north, hydroelectric power from the Tennessee Valley Authority has converted much agricultural land to industrial uses. Alabama has the second most extensive (after Georgia) forests in the contiguous United States, and pulp and paper products lead manufactures. Other major industries produce chemicals, electronics, textiles, processed foods, and automobiles. Oil and gas, cement, and stone lead mineral production; the state’s once-prominent coal industry is gradually declining. The Marshall NASA Space Flight Center, Redstone Arsenal, Maxwell Air Force Base, and Forts Rucker and McClellan contribute significantly to the economy.

Alabama - Facts & Figures

Area:51,609 sq mi (133,677 sq km)
Population:4,447,100 (as of 2000), a 10.1% increase since the 1990 census
Largest City:Birmingham
Statehood:Dec. 14, 1819 (22d state)
Highest Point:Cheaha Mt., 2,407 ft (734 m)
Lowest Point:Sea Level
Nickname:Heart of Dixie
Motto:We Dare Defend Our Rights
Tree:Southern (Longleaf) Pine
Abbreviation:Ala, AL

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