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Recorder Offices in Yuma County

Recorder's Office
410 S. Maiden Lane, Suite B , Yuma, Arizona 410 S. Maiden Lane, Suite B
8a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays
Phone: 928-373-6020
Recorder's Office 410 S. Maiden Lane, Suite B , Yuma, Arizona, 410 S. Maiden Lane, Suite B

 
 
 
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Yuma County Recorder of Deeds
Yuma County Recorder Information
The recorder in Yuma County is responsible for recording and maintaining records related to real property situated in the County.

The Yuma County Recorder’s Office is a department within county government that accepts documents to be recorded, creates public records from recorded documents, and gives access for viewing recorded documents to the public. The Recorder’s staff works closely with various local businesses that handle a high volume of property documents for recordation as well as all citizens of Yuma County to provide the service of official recording for public records.
Recording Fees
The fee to record a document is $10 for the first five pages, and $1 for each additional page.

For each additional indexing category, there is a $3 fee.

If an affidavit of property value is required with your document, this will be $2.
Document Formatting Requirements
• All deeds or agreements for sale must have an affidavit of property value form filled out by the seller and buyer. If a document is claiming an exemption, the exemption number must be listed on the face of the deed. The exemption numbers are listed on the back of the affidavit of property value form.

• Instruments should have a title that briefly explains the nature of the document (warranty deed, release of mortgage, etc.).

• Documents should be originals with original signatures.

• Documents should be on paper either 8.5x11 inches or 8.5x14 inches. The typeface should be at least 10 point.

• The first page of a document should have a top margin of at least 2 inches, which is reserved for recording information.

• The left 3.5 inches of the top margin on the first page should give the name of the person requesting the recording, as well as return address information.

• All other margins should be at least ½ inches on the top, sides, and bottom.

• Deeds must be signed by the grantor and must include a valid mailing address for the grantee.

• The following language may be used for a quit claim deed:
‘For the consideration of ______________, I hereby quit claim to A.B. all my interest in the following real property (describing it).’

• Any document that is modifying a previously recorded document should state the recording date, docket and page or year and sequence number of the document being modified.

AFFIDAVIT OF PROPERTY VALUE FORM

• The affidavit of property value form requires an assessor’s parcel identification number. Up to four parcels can be listed on a form.

• The seller and buyer’s name and address must be included on the document, as well as the property address for which the document is being recorded.

• The sale price must be listed on the form.

• The form must be signed by the seller and buyer. Both signatures require notarization.

For a complete list of exemptions, visit the Arizona Department of Revenue homepage. Some common documents are exempt from the affidavit of property value:

• A deed representing the payment in full of a recorded contract or forfeiture of a recorded contract.

• A lease or easement on real property. (For example, granting the use of your land to a utility company)

• A deed recorded to show transfer of real property as a gift where no money changes hands.

• A transfer of title that confirms or corrects a previously recorded document.

• A transfer of title between family members where no money is exchanged, or with only nominal consideration changing hands.
 
E-Recording
We may be able to e-record your deed documents in Yuma County, Click Here for more information.
Forms
Yuma County Real Estate Deed Forms

Quit Claim Deed Form
Warranty Deed Form
Special Warranty Deed Form
Grant Deed Form
Easement Deed Form
Beneficiary Deed Form
Revocation of Beneficiary Deed Form
Affidavit of Death Form
Affidavit of Surviving Joint Tenant Form
Affidavit of Succession to Interest in Community Property with Right of Survivorship Form
Correction Deed Form
Supplemental Documents

Affidavit of Property Value
Statutes and Exemptions
Exemption Code Explanations
 
 
 
Information
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