Access to Recorded Documents
Access to land records maintained by the County Recorder and Registrar of Titles Office is available online through RecordEASE. Access is also available at our Property Records Resource Center.
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RecordEASE is the county’s commercial product for accessing land records maintained by the County Recorder and Registrar of Titles Office of Ramsey County. For a low subscription fee, users will have access to recorded documents and images in RecordEASE without having to visit our physical location.
Temporary free access ends Sept. 1
Online access to record documents is currently free of charge. RecordEASE web access, search and view fees will be reinstated on Sept. 1, 2021. Current RecordEASE web subscribers may continue to use their accounts at no charge until Sept. 1.
Please contact [email protected] to request access.
Key features of RecordEASE
- Abstract and Torrens records.
- Document type.
- Tax liens.
- All Abstract imaged historical documents back to 1967.
- All Torrens imaged historical documents back to 1913.
- Images in TIFF format.
The RecordEASE website had been designed for use as a search tool for information on individual property parcels. Multiple parcel data downloads, screen scraping programs, or other computer extraction techniques are strictly prohibited. Ramsey County reserves the right to deny access to the site by any individual or party determined to be misusing the site.
To subscribe to RecordEASE, the following forms must be completed and returned to the Ramsey County Recorder’s office:
To unsubscribe from RecordEASE, the following form must be completed and returned to the Ramsey County Recorder’s office:
The Property Records Resource Center assists professionals and members of the public with questions on Ramsey County real estate records. Access to workstations is available.
Location and hours
The Resource Center is located in the Plato Building.
The hours are 8 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
For availability and appointments, call the Recorder's Office.
For help with laws and legal research, the Ramsey County Law Library is a public library open to all. It is located in the Ramsey Country courthouse in downtown Saint Paul and maintains a collection of print and online legal resources, including self-help materials.