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Property Transactions Department

Name Changes

Address Changes

Request for Confidentiality 



Property Account Creation

GIS Department

Mapping Dep

If you need any of the services above, simply click on forms under our Public Data tab. Also, if you need additional assistance, please feel free to contact our Property Transaction department at 936-756-3354. 

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to transfer a house title in Texas?

All property deeds – $195 Any Property Deed needed to transfer real estate in Texas. Prepared by an attorney licensed in the state of Texas. Please contact your local County Clerk’s office for more information.

Where can I get a copy of my house deed in Texas?

Once a deed has been recorded by the County Clerk’s Office, copies of the deed may be requested if the original deed has been misplaced. Plain copies can be found by using the Official Public Records Search and selecting “Land Records”. A certified copy may be purchased through request either in person or by mail. Please contact your local County Clerk’s office for more information.

How do I transfer a deed in Texas?

1. Find the most recent deed to the property. It is best to begin with a copy of the most recent deed to the property (the deed that transferred the property to the current grantor). …
2. Create a new deed. …
3. Sign and notarize the deed. …
4. File the documents in the county land records.
Deeds must be filed with the County Clerk’s office. For more information, please contact your local County Clerk’s office.

The Trustee

The Trustee is the person or financial institution (such as a bank or a Trust company) who holds the legal title to the Trust estate. There may be one or more trustees

What are the 3 types of trust?

Here’s an overview the three primary classes of trusts.
Revocable Trusts
Irrevocable Trusts.
Testamentary Trusts

Important email addresses (Deeds, Mapping, Address…) (Information not found on Website)  (For all other inquiries.)

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