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The deed or other document should be recorded at the Jefferson County Clerk & Recorder’s Office for public record. They can be reached at the Clerk and Recorder website or 303-271-8122.
To get copies of documents you will need to contact the Clerk and Recorder’s Office online at or via phone at (303) 271-8186.
When you click the document number in Property Records Search, you will be taken to the Clerk and Recorder Land Records website. In order to see the actual image of your document, you will need to purchase it from the Clerk and Recorder’s office. They can be contacted online on their website or via phone at (303) 271-8186. If you only need some of the information from the deed, look in the column on the left after clicking on the document number in Property Records Search. Some of the information on your deed should be listed there. Keep in mind that the Land Records website is through the Clerk and Recorder, not the Assessor’s Office, so any questions about it should be directed to them.
Once a mortgage is paid off, the mortgage company files the documentation with the Jefferson County Public Trustee showing the loan is paid in full. The Public Trustee will process this release of lien and send it to the Jefferson County Clerk & Recorder for recording. A new deed is not issued at this time. To obtain a copy of your original deed from your purchase or any deeds you may have recorded, you will need to contact the Jefferson County Clerk & Recorder on the Clerk and Recorder website or at 303-271-8121
The Assessor’s Office transfers ownership by publicly recorded documents. These documents are recorded for public record at the Jefferson County Clerk & Recorder’s Office. They can be reached at the Jefferson County Clerk and Recorder website or at 303-271-8121. The Assessor’s Office does not monitor loans for mortgages or refinancing.
The Assessor’s Office does a thorough review AFTER the document is recorded. The document is checked for the signature, notary acknowledgement and the correct legal description before the title is changed.
If you think you may be a victim of identity theft please contact the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office at 303-271-0211 or report a crime online.
If you would like to take additional steps to protect yourself, please contact an attorney or outside company that provides identity theft services. The Jefferson County Assessor’s Office does not provide these services, nor do we provide any identity reports to outside companies.