The online tool shed grows larger

We expect the county records in the state’s metropolitan areas to be easily searchable online; we tend to doubt that we’ll find anything in the rural areas.

Duncan-based KellPro is now offering searchable land records in twenty-seven counties at OKCountyRecords.com. In six of those counties (Carter, Craig, Delaware, Grady, Logan and Ottawa) you can also search plat maps, although apparently you will have to set up an online account — contact your county clerk — to view images. If you have to go poking through land records for a living (and I know some of you do), this may prove useful to you.





3 comments

  1. Mister Snitch! »

    2 September 2007 · 3:52 pm

    This is a good trend.

  2. BatesLine »

    2 September 2007 · 4:11 pm

    Elections are still a spectator sport in Delaware County

    A notice posted on the County Clerk Public Records site (found via Dustbury): THE DELAWARE COUNTY COURTHOUSE WILL BE CLOSED THE FOLLOWING DAYS FOR ELECTIONS: TUESDAY AUGUST 14/TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11^^THE ELECTION BOARD (TWO BLOCKS NORTH OF COURTHOUSE) WI…

  3. Dan B »

    2 September 2007 · 5:36 pm

    Unfortunately the free portion it isn’t anywhere near as good as Oklahoma County’s assessor records (www.oklahomacounty.org/assessor and easily among the best in the NATION), Cleveland County’s (www.clevelandcountyassessor.org and quite good), or Logan County’s (eland.logancounty-ok.org and okay but nowhere near as good as the other two).

    While countyassessor.info does have statewide information, it is $100/month and the Citrix server doesn’t sort and search things properly. I will look a bit further into this, like after Labor Day when KellPro’s people get back to the office.

    Thanks for the heads-up.

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