RECORDER OFFERS VALUABLE COUNTY PROGRAMS
Becky Lynch – Lake County Recorder
October 29, 2020 Painesville, Ohio; Homeowners in Lake County can protect their property by signing up for property fraud alerts free of charge through the Lake County Recorder Office.
It’s a simple step to take in being proactive against property fraud attempts. Visit the Recorder website at www.LakeCountyOhioRecorder.com
The helpful program is called PROPERTY FRAUD ALERT. It is offered by Recorder Becky Lynch and her long time software vendor Fidlar Technologies, Inc. This idea is very popular right now with the onslaught of cybercrimes and people’s homes can be a target for home title theft. “I’m sure you’ve seen the TV ads about home title theft,” says Recorder Lynch, “these companies charge a fee while our fraud alert for you is free!’ Third party companies tout the statistics to scare you. Thinking that your real estate related documents are in grave danger, you pay them to obtain your land records and be made aware should ‘a thief’ attempt to ‘steal your house’ or rather, the equity which may be secured there.
Here at your Lake County Recorder’s Office, we can alert you if there is activity on your land documents. You do not have to pay for this service. Also if you want copies of your land records, which are also Public Records, they can be emailed or mailed, or you can visit the office and make copies of them. The Ohio Legislature has been working to help identify the true source for access your land title records, which is the County Recorder’s Office.
Your hard earned dollars operate the Lake County Recorder’s Office where we maintain the county’s land records. The first Lake County Ohio Deed was recorded April 16, 1840.
Documents that are submitted for recording are scanned, indexed and preserved by state of the art methods in order to allow for secure access. Recorder Becky Lynch has captained The Lake County Recorder’s office since 2017, helping fuel the Real Estate economic engine in Lake County. It has been an incredible Real Estate year with County Recorder activity up 45%!
Call Recorder Lynch to learn more about the great programs and services they offer at 440-350-2510 or visit online at www.LakeCountyOhioRecorder.com.
Contact: Recorder Becky Lynch.
Office: 440-350-2510 Cell: 678-662-8839