Georgia Title Search Services

Our property search services can check for voluntary and involuntary liens, encumbrances, and ownership information.

The document retrieval team at Blue Streak Docs can perform property title searches in all of Georgia's 159 counties. Whether you need a judgment search or ownership information dating back 30 years, we can help!

Our title reports can be used for informational purposes such as due diligence, bankruptcy, pre-foreclosure, and more! 

Property Title Searches We Offer Include:

Our property title search services include an easy-to-read report that contains all of the information discovered during your title search. We're also able to send copies of any documents needed!

Our services include: 

  • Current owner search
  • Two owner search
  • Judgment search
  • 10, 20, or 30-year search
  • Bankruptcy title search
  • Foreclosure title search

Current Owner Search In The State Of Georgia

A current owner search looks at the present title holder of a property or the last deed for consideration. 

We will send you a report containing:

  • Deed information
  • Open mortgages
  • Assignments
  • Modifications
  • Involuntary liens
  • Real estate tax information
  • Fully typed report of every document on record
  • Photocopies, if requested

Two Owner Search In The State Of Georgia

Our two owner search goes back two "out of family deeds" and  includes all relevant county filings up to the current date. 

When you order a two owner search in Georgia, you'll receive a report with:

  • Chain of title going back two full-value deeds
  • All open mortgages and related documents
  • Liens, affidavits, and notices
  • Tax information
  • Fully typed report of every document on record

If you need additional information than our regular two owner search includes, let us know! We can provide other items such as a chain of title, plat maps, closed documents, and bankruptcy searches.

Georgia Judgment & Lien Search

This title search looks at all judgments and liens on a target property. We will also check for judgments on all names in the property's title, names shown on the warranty deed, or names provided to us by the client.

Order a judgment and lien search to uncover important details about any residential property within Georgia, or the entire United States!

How Long Does a Georgia Title Search Take?

Most Georgia title searches can be completed within 24 to 72 hours. 

If you're looking for information in a remote county we don't visit often, it could take a bit longer. However, you'll never have to worry about the status of your order with Blue Streak Docs. We use advanced document tracking technology that syncs up with a user-friendly online portal.

Order Your Georgia Title Search Today!

Order a Georgia title search through Blue Streak Docs today and we promise you'll receive fast, reliable, and accurate service.

Whether you need one title search our thousands, our team is always efficient and on time.

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Note that foreclosures are filed with a Deed Under Power or a Sheriff's Deed. Title Searches in Fulton County include water and sewer lien search. *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.
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Georgia Counties Served:

Appling • Atkinson • Bacon • Baker • Baldwin • Banks • Barrow • Bartow • Ben Hill • Berrien • Bibb • Bleckley • Brantley • Brooks • Bryan • Bulloch • Burke • Butts • Calhoun • Camden • Candler • Carroll • Catoosa • Charlton • Chatham • Chattahoochee • Chattooga • Cherokee • Clarke • Clay • Clayton • Clinch • Cobb • Coffee • Colquitt • Columbia • Cook • Coweta • Crawford • Crisp • Dade • Dawson • Decatur • Dekalb • Dodge • Dooly • Dougherty • Douglas • Early • Echols • Effingham • Elbert • Emanuel • Evans • Fannin • Fayette • Floyd • Forsyth • Franklin • Fulton • Gilmer • Glascock • Glynn • Gordon • Grady • Greene • Gwinnett • Habersham • Hall • Hancock • Haralson • Harris • Hart • Heard • Henry • Houston • Irwin • Jackson • Jasper • Jeff Davis • Jefferson • Jenkins • Johnson • Jones • Lamar • Lanier • Laurens • Lee • Liberty • Lincoln • Long • Lowndes • Lumpkin • Macon • Madison • Marion • McDuffie • McIntosh • Meriwether • Miller • Mitchell • Monroe • Montgomery • Morgan • Murray • Muscogee • Newton • Oconee • Oglethorpe • Paulding • Peach • Pickens • Pierce • Pike • Polk • Pulaski • Putnam • Quitman • Rabun • Randolph • Richmond • Rockdale • Schley • Screven • Seminole • Spalding • Stephens • Stewart • Sumter • Talbot • Taliaferro • Tattnall • Taylor • Telfair • Terrell • Thomas • Tift • Toombs • Towns • Treutlen • Troup • Turner • Twiggs • Union • Upson • Walker • Walton • Ware • Warren • Washington • Wayne • Webster • Wheeler • White • Whitfield • Wilcox • Wilkes • Wilkinson • Worth

Georgia - Economics

Although the trade and service sectors supply the majority of jobs in Georgia, manufacturing and agriculture remain important to the state’s economy. Cotton, once Georgia’s most valuable crop, has declined in importance; in the 1990s it was rivaled by peanuts, tobacco, and corn. Georgia is easily the nation’s largest producer of peanuts. Tobacco is the principal crop in the central and southern sections of the state, peanuts in the southwest. Livestock and poultry raising account for the largest share of farm income; broilers, eggs, and cattle are major products.

The manufacture of textiles and textile products has long been Georgia’s leading industry, centering mainly around Columbus, Augusta, Macon, and Rome. Other major manufactures include transportation equipment, foods, paper products, and chemicals. Automobile manufacturing is important around Atlanta. Much of Georgia is heavily forested with pine, and the state is a leading producer of lumber and pulpwood. Although the state is rich in minerals, mining is not as important as manufacturing and agriculture. The most valuable minerals produced are clays, stone, kaolin, iron ore, sand, and gravel. Georgia is famous for its fine marble.

Georgia - Facts & Figures

Area:58,876 sq mi (152,489 sq km)
Population:8,186,453 (as of 2000), an 26.4% increase since the 1990 census
Largest City:Atlanta
Statehood:Jan 2, 1788 (4th of the original 13 states to ratify the Constitution)
Highest Point:Brasstown Bald, 4,784 ft (1,459 m)
Lowest Point:Sea Level
Nickname:Empire State of the South
Motto:Wisdom, Justice, and Moderation
Bird:Brown Thrasher
Flower:Cherokee Rose
Tree:Live Oak
Abbreviation:Ga, GA

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