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Notice of "RECORDED DEED NOTICE" Scam

The Scam Address and Phone Number have changed.  The Amount now shows $86.00—it was $83.00 during their last attempts 4 years ago. 

The Register of Deed Office is a public office and  a copy of their Deed can be acquired during regular business hours for $.50 a page.

This is a SCAM--- DO NOT SEND MONEY TO THIS COMPANY!! IF YOU NEED OR WANT A COPY, please come the Register of Deeds Office at the courthouse and we can provide you a copy for $.50 a page.

For any questions please contact Kellie John, Buffalo County Register of Deeds at (308)-236-1239.

A detailed look at this scam and the 2015 Kearney Hub article

Register of Deeds Records Online Information

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Laredo


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Fidlar Software has designed Laredo, a remote access product, with your objectives in mind. Laredo’s innovative technology and 24-hour access to the county’s land records allows you to obtain information faster and more efficiently.

Benefits
  • Same user interface that is used on the courthouse workstation
  • Real time, 24/7 access
  • Customizable results screens
  • Subscription based
Cost Breakdown:

Per-minute Plan Charges
Minutes     Price/Month     Overage Charge/Minute
    0-250     $75     $0.25
    251-500     $125     $0.20
    501-1000     $200     $0.15
    1001-2000     $300     $0.10
    Unlimited     $450     
**Per minute charge for each minute over the signed-up plan

To Sign Up:
To become a Laredo Subscriber please contact the Buffalo County Register of Deeds Office @ 308-236-1239.

To Search:
Once you have signed up, and have been issued a username and password, go to the Fidlar website select Nebraska as the state, then Buffalo as the county, and click download.



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All you need is a web browser for 24/7 access to county land records. From the Tapestry web site, users can access information from ALL participating counties. Tapestry allows for both pay-as-you-go access, and an open account payment plan. 

Benefits
  • 24/7 Remote Internet access
  • Secure browser based access
  • Search via many data parameters (grantor/grantee, date range, document number, legal description, etc.)
Tapestry Cost Breakdown
  • Index/Image Search - $6.95 per search
    • Grantor/Grantee
    • Beginning/Ending Date
    • Consideration amount
    • Legal description - Subdivision, parcel ID, Metes & Bounds
    • Document search types
  • Print copies - $1.00 per page
    • Viewing images is included in the per search fee
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Subdivision List by Subdivision Name

Register of Deeds

Kellie John
Register of Deeds
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location Buffalo County Courthouse - 1512 Central Ave

The Register of Deeds Office is responsible for maintaining and securing the permanent land records of the County. The Register of Deeds is a separate office in counties that have more than 20,000 inhabitants.

The duties include the preservation and recording of the land records. Every document must be proofed, indexed, and all transactions meeting the statutory requirements. This office routinely deals with complex legal descriptions and requires accuracy and detail. Legal documents, such as, but not limited to Deeds, Mortgages, Deed of Trusts, Easements, Subdivision Plats, and any and all documents that affect a specific tract of land in the county. In addition to the Public, this office is utilized by Real Estate Companies, Title and Abstract Companies, Appraisers, Attorneys, and Genealogist.

The Register of Deeds records are available on the Free Public Access computers. All copies and Buffalo County plat books are available to purchase in the office.

For information on Laredo and Tapestry, click on Deeds Records Online, to the left.
Laredo - If you are looking for online access and want a subscription.
Tapestry - You need a copy immediately or are a frequent user, pay with credit card. Get started with Tapestry.

Subdivision List by Subdivision Name

History:

The first courthouse of Buffalo County erected at Gibbon in 1873. History tells us that the Gibbon Courthouse records were placed in a wagon, brought to Kearney at night hidden in the “Chandler Building’ where the Telephone Company is today.  (More Buffalo County history)

The first deed recorded in Buffalo County was a 40-acre tract of land in Section 13, Township 9, North, Range 13 West. The date of the recording was February 12, 1870.

Schedule of Recording Fees

Buffalo County Register of Deeds Term
T.J. Scott January 1894 to January 1898
David Mathieson January 1898 to January 1902
T. G. Spencer January 1902 to January 1906
V. B. Wheelock January 1906 to January 1915
T. J. Scott January 1915 to January 1927
Lydia Finke January 1927 to January 1935
Mabel Rice January 1935 to January 1959
Sam Spahr January 1959 to January 1975
Margaret Swanson January 1975 to January 1999
Kellie John January 1999 to Current

Alphabetical Index of Buffalo County Land Patents Compiled by the Buffalo County Register of Deeds