Video Quick Tip – Access the Transaction History for a single parcel!

In this short video tutorial, we’ll quickly show you how access Recorded Documents associated with a single parcel.

First, let’s go ahead and conduct a QUICK SEARCH.

For this example, let’s run a search by APN number: 009-0215-025-0000

The results are displayed both in the google map window as well as the List View.

To access the Transaction History tab, we’ll first need to open the DETAIL Sheet associated with this particular parcel.

To do so, I’m going to click on the ID# that’s listed just to the left of the APN number. By clicking the ID#, the List View will convert to the Detail View.

Next, click on the Transaction History Tab.

From here, you can purchase all available documents associated with this parcel by first clicking ‘Select ALL Documents’ and then clicking on the green ‘Purchase Selected Documents’ button

If you don’t want to purchase all documents, you can purchase select documents associated with a specific Recording Date by simply checking the box next to the Document Image and Recording Date of interest and then clicking on the green ‘Purchase Selected Documents’ button

From this screen, you can also purchase the FULL REPORT that includes completed document numbers and extensive detail for each transaction.

After you’ve completed your purchases, your document images are available for download from the PURCHASES section of the ACCOUNT menu.

Please note, ParcelQuest offers a partial listing of recorded documents that include deeds, mortgages, releases, reconveyances, assignments, modifications, pre-foreclosure notices and subordinations. To access other types of documents, please contact the County Recorder’s Office.

Thanks for watching!

About parcelquest

ParcelQuest is the sole provider of daily updated county assessor property data in California. We cover every county and every parcel – all 13 million properties – continually updated by the county assessors’ offices.
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