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TWO OPTIONS FOR ACCESS TO REGISTER OF DEEDS REAL ESTATE DOCUMENTS

1. TAPESTRY - for the occasional professional user. Tapestry is an Internet access program designed for the occasional user working in a real estate-related business. If you do not have a good real estate background, you are best advised to visit the office of your local register of deeds and get assistance to locate your documents. If you do have a good real estate background, you will have no difficulty using Tapestry. Tapestry offers access to other counties in the Midwest. Fees are assessed to pay for support and maintenance of the system. If you are interested in searching the real estate records in the Green Lake Office of the Register of Deeds, see TAPESTRY below.

2. LAREDO - for the daily, local professional user. Laredo is an Internet access program designed for title insurance firms and other real estate-related firms that operate in Wisconsin and need access daily to the land records in the Green Lake County Register of Deeds office. If your real estate-related firm needs only occasional access, or if your computer expertise is limited, please consider using TAPESTRY instead. Fees are assessed to pay for support and maintenance of the system. If you are interested in searching the real estate records in the Green Lake County Office of the Register of Deeds on a daily basis, see LAREDO below.

E-recording contact information:
Simplifile            CSC eRecording Solutions
Mark Moats   Liz Paul
801-373-0151 x1041   302-668-4723
     
eRecording Partners Network LLC   Indecomm Global Services
Lesa Hoseck   efile@indecomm.net
888-325-3365 x11241   877-272-5250
     
Nationwide Title Clearing Inc.    
Cassandra Craig    
727-771-4000 x341    

Errors and Omissions: This is a working index and may contain errors and omissions due to errors in the preparation of the original document or in the indexing. The indexes are double entry verified.

Images: The images are authentic reproductions of the actual document, and the quality is usually good. However, blue or light-colored ink used on original documents will not reproduce well. A few older documents may be illegible since there was no requirement for legibility until 1997.

Wall dates: Documents are recorded in the order presented. The general rule is that the grantor-grantee (or party) index is available the next working day after being recorded. The image is available by noon of the next working day after the date recorded. The tract index is available the next working day after the date recorded. Documents will be verified within two business days. There are occasional exceptions due to equipment failures and high recording volumes. Send an email to the Green Lake Register of Deeds when you must have more specific information about wall dates.

What records can I access? In Green Lake County, the index and images of recorded real estate documents, UCC documents and lis pendens begin January 1996. If you need to obtain recorded copies of federal tax liens and federal tax lien releases, these recorded documents begin April 2003.

Click here to go to Tapestry

What records can I access? In Green Lake County, the index and images of recorded real estate documents, UCC documents and lis pendens begin November 1992. If you need to obtain recorded copies of federal tax liens and federal tax lien releases, these recorded documents begin April 2003.

What equipment do I need? You must have MS Internet Explorer version 5.0 or better, and adjust the Internet security setting to "low". A fast processor, modem and large, high-resolution screen are recommended. A "wall-paper" screen saver interferes with accessing images. If your firm is large and you have a firewall or Internet by proxy, you will require assistance from your technical support services. Laredo also requires that your operating system must be Windows 2000, Windows XP or above and that your video and monitor are capable of at least 1024 X 768 resolution.

Are there disclaimers I should read? Yes. Click Laredo Disclaimer, which includes "wall dates."

How do I set up my search? As with any system, you will need to determine the best strategy for finding your information. For more suggestions on how to search using Laredo, click Laredo Search Tips.

Do I need to sign an agreement? Yes. Click on the following agreement below to get a copy of the Laredo Agreement that you will need to print,fill out, and return to the Green Lake County Register of Deeds.
Laredo Agreement

How much does it cost? Payment for this access is monthly plans starting at $75-$400 per month. A fee of $.50 per image fee for any images that the Customer chooses to print. The minimum monthly fee is $75, which pays for the first 250 minutes of on-line time. The minimum $75 is to be paid whether or not the full 250 minutes are used. See attached breakdown for more details.
Laredo/Tapestry cost sheet.

Do I need to set up an escrow account? Yes, with a $100 business check or money order. Click on the following escrow form agreement below to get a copy of the Laredo escrow receipt that you will need to print, fill out, and return to the Green Lake County Register of Deeds.
Escrow Agreement

How can I access Laredo? After we receive your completed agreement, we will assign you a user name and password that you can use to access Laredo. You will also need to download a small application from the Fidlar Software website by clicking on the following link: Fidlar Software Install.

Contact the Green Lake County Register of Deeds office for more information about Tapestry or Laredo.