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Recorder Offices in Rockingham County

Rockingham County Registry of Deeds
10 Route 125, Brentwood, New Hampshire 03833
Monday through Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Closed on State Holidays RECORDING LINE CLOSES AT 3:30 PM
Phone: (603) 642-5526
Rockingham County Registry of Deeds   10 Route 125,  Brentwood, New Hampshire,  03833 is providing this information as a courtesy to our visitors. You are NOT on the Rockingham County official website, you are on, a private website that is not affiliated with any government agency.
Rockingham County New Hampshire Register of Deeds
Rockingham County Recorder Information
The recorder in Rockingham County is responsible for recording and maintaining records related to real property situated in the County.
Recording Fees
Payment is due at the time of recording. Return postage rates should be added to each document. A table of postage rates is available on the Rockingham County Register of Deeds website. Checks should be made payable to the Rockingham County Registry of Deeds.

To record a document, the fee is $10 for the first page of each document. Each additional page is $4.

A $2 surcharge is imposed on all documents and should be included with recording fees.

A $25 LCHIP surcharge is imposed on all documents and should be paid with a separate check.

A transfer tax of $15 per $1,000 is imposed on the sale, grant, or transfer of real estate and any interest therein. When the price or consideration is $4,000 or less there will be a $40 minimum. Any exemption from the transfer tax must be clearly stated on the deed offered for recording. The transfer tax must be paid in a separate check and the amount should be in whole dollars.
Document Formatting Requirements
• Submit original documents with markings and of a size suitable to insure suitable permanent recording. Writing, printing, or typing should be in blue or black ink and should not be smaller than 10 point Times New Roman font. The font requirement does not apply to page numbers or to any of the following that are not part of the headings or text of the document: document name or number; name, address, and telephone number of the printer or producer of the document; directions for placement of recording data or filling in of blanks; or other non-textual notations.

• The document should be on white paper of at least 20 # weight, without watermarks or colored highlighting or other inclusions that would make it illegible. Paper size should be at least 8.5x11 inches and no larger than 8.5x14 inches.

• A document should consist of individual one-sided pages not permanently bound or in a continuous form. There should not be any attachments stapled, taped, or otherwise affixed to any page, except for a firmly attached label with a bar code or return address.

• The typing or printing of any name or the application of an embossed or inked stamp shall not render any part of the document illegible or unable to be reproduced.

• The top margin on the right half of the first page should be at least 3 inches, for exclusive use by the Registry of Deeds. The left half may be used for the notation of administrative content or for return address information. Otherwise, all margins on the first and succeeding pages should be at least 1 inch, provided that the bottom margin may contain non-textual material no closer than ½ an inch to the bottom of the page, such as the following: page numbers; document name and number; name, address, and telephone number of the printer or producer of the document; or other non-textual notations.

• Provide the latest mailing address of the grantees named in the document.

• In the first descriptive sentence in the deed, provide the names of all municipalities in which the property is located.

• The name of each person signing the deed should be typed or printed underneath the signature. Blue ink is preferred. All signatures must be original. This requirement does not apply to a copy of a document attached as an exhibit.

• The statute does not allow the recording to take place if the requirements are not met.
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