Real Estate

The Washington County Clerk of Superior Court records, indexes, and safeguards all land and property records for Washington County. Land and property records include real estate deeds, plats, Uniform Commercial Code Filings (UCCs), and Liens. The Washington County Clerk of Superior Court also records Military Discharges free of charge to our Veterans. Our office is also responsible for recording partnerships and registering all trade names for businesses in Washington County carrying on any business under a trade name.

All real estate documents may be filed electronically. The website for electronic filing is https://efile.gsccca.org/Home.aspx.

As of January 1, 2017, all plats must be filed electronically. Plats will NOT be accepted by paper format for filing. (O.C.G.A. §15-6-67). The website for electronic filing is https://efile.gsccca.org/Home.aspx. The Clerk’s Office provides a public computer terminal for access to the electronic filing portal.

As of January 1, 2020, all UCCs must be filed electronically. UCCs will NOT be accepted by paper format for filing. The website for electronic filing is https://efile.gsccca.org/Home.aspx. The Clerk’s Office provides a public computer terminal for access to the electronic filing portal.

Fees for Copies of Records:

Copies – $1.00 per page (O.C.G.A. §15-6-77(g))

Certified Copies – $2.50 for the first page, $0.50 for each page thereafter (O.C.G.A. 15-6-77(g))

Self Represented Parties: We are unable to accept credit or debit card payments for recording fees and copy fees. We accept money orders (preferred) or cash, but not personal checks.

If you have any questions or need assistance concerning real estate recordings or obtaining copies of real estate records, please contact Megan Cramer, Clerk or Patricia Wilcher, Deputy Clerk.

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Disclaimer

The Clerk of Superior Court is committed to providing quality customer service. However, the clerk’s office cannot provide legal advice. If you have questions about what to file or your legal rights, please seek the advice from an attorney licensed to practice law in Georgia.