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Recorder Offices in Washington County

Washington County Circuit Clerk
280 N. College, Suite 302, Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
8:00am to 4:30pm.M-F
Phone: (479) 444-1538
Washington County Circuit Clerk  280 N. College, Suite 302,  Fayetteville, Arkansas, 72701 is providing this information as a courtesy to our visitors. You are NOT on the Washington County official website, you are on, a private website that is not affiliated with any government agency.
Washington County Arkansas Register of Deeds
Washington County Recorder Information
The recorder in Washington County is responsible for recording and maintaining records related to real property situated in the County.
Recording Fees
$ 5.00 for every page subsequent to the first

Note: a two-sided instrument counts as 2 pages

Call the circuit clerk's office at (479) 444-1538 with questions.
Document Formatting Requirements
• Documents need to be on 8.5x11 inch paper. Printing or typing needs to be legible.

• On the top right corner of the first page, the margin should be 2.5 inches. Side margins on all pages should be ½ inch. At the bottom of the last page of the document, the margin should be 2.5 inches.

• A document submitted for recording must have a title, and must also list the names of the grantor(s) and grantee(s), if applicable.

• Documents must be acknowledged in order to be recorded.

• For instruments affecting title to property, the name and address of the person or government agency who prepared the document must be listed on the first page. The name has to be printed, stamped, or typed legibly. This can be given in the following form: ‘This form prepared by…………………………………………………(name and address).

• The acknowledgment of deeds and instruments of writing for the conveyance of real estate, or whereby such real estate is to be affected in law or equity, shall be by the grantor appearing in person before a court or officer having the authority by law to take the acknowledgment and stating that he or she had executed the deed or instrument for the consideration and purposes therein mentioned and set forth.
We may be able to e-record your deed documents in Washington County, Click Here for more information.