Holmes County Website - State of Ohio

Recorder - Overview

Official: Anita Hall

Address: 75 E. Clinton St. Suite 101
Millersburg, OH 44654

Phone: (330) 674-5916

The Holmes County Recorder's office accepts documents electronically. Any document that includes a death certificate will not be accepted electronicallyERecording is a service that is available to title companies, law firms, banks and other businesses that record land record documents on a regular basis. Following is a list of the eRecording vendors we use and their contact information. If you are interested in this service, please contact one of the these vendors.

ePN:                                                 https://www.goepn.com            888-325-3365

Simplifile:                                        https://simplifile.com                 800-460-5657

Indecomm Global Services:          http://inteledocdirect.net           877-272-5250

CSC:                                                https://www.erecording.com     866-652-0111          

      

RECORDING FEES:  Click on the following link to view Ohio recording fees: http://www.ohiorecorders.com/fees.html 

Search Records Online This is a great option for the occassional records search, and does not require a username and password.
Advanced Online Records Search This is a good option for those needing access to the records on a more frequent basis. Users must have a username and password to access this site. Go to the document library on this page to find the Laredo subscriber form. A Laredo search guide is also located in the document library.

Records maintained in the recorders's office:

  • Deeds
  • Mortgages
  • Leases
  • Liens – (mechanic's, workers' compensation, unemployment, federal tax)
  • Partnerships
  • Soldier's Discharge
  • Financing Statements (UCC)
  • Plats

Duties of the recorders's office:

  • Keep and maintain accurate records pertaining to land within the county
  • Make sure that each document received is filed accurately
  • Give the public ready access to the records
  • Provide certified and uncertified copies of the records
  • Comply with more than 1000 sections of the Ohio Revised Code pertaining to the office of the Recorder
  • Serve on the County Records Commission