Scammers file fake deeds, making it appear as if they own homes that are not actually theirs. These scammers then trick people into giving them money to rent or buy those homes. According to the FBI, these types of property fraud are the fastest growing white-collar crime committed in the United States.
Register to receive free alerts whenever a document such as a deed or mortgage is recorded in Duval County using your name or your business’s name. You can choose to get alerts by email or by phone.
If you receive an alert about suspicious activity, this early notification can provide valuable time to stop criminals in their tracks.
You may repeat the process to monitor additional names. If you entered an email address, you will receive a confirmation message.
To change or cancel your Property Fraud Alerts subscription, please call 1-800-728-3858.
The Clerk’s Office is required to record all documents that meet the requirements outlined in Florida Statute. If a document is properly executed and presented with payment, it is the duty of the Clerk to record the document.
No, this service only alerts subscribers of documents being recorded in Duval County.
There is nothing that will distinguish one name from another. Therefore, a person with a common name, like John Smith, may receive alerts for documents recorded with the same name. View the document using our online Official Records search to determine if the recorded document is relevant to you or your property.