Access to Deeds and Property Information has traditionally been restictive and difficult to obtain. Attorneys and property professionals had access to this information but the general public has been denied this privilege. Our unique portal allows anyone access to Deeds and Property Information no matter who you are or what you do.
With the current service levels at the Deeds Office at an all-time low, we are providing a superior service fast becoming the preferred portal for Deeds and Property Information for the general public and property professionals.
Property Professionals, Estate Agents, Attorneys, Sectional Title Management Agents and even Municipalities and International Audit Firms are using us as an alternative to the traditional Deeds Office and Property Information providers.
At mydeedsearch have a unique approach towards property information. We do not expect you to know how the Deeds Office works, how to access these systems and what information to provide. We understand that all of us are not property experts, that is why we have an easy process to provide you with easy access to Property and Deeds information.
Basically we provide any type of Property Information available ranging from standard Property Searches to copies of Title Deed Documents, Sectional Title Conduct Rules, Marriage Contracts (ANC) as well as Automated Valuation Reports, Surveyor General Diagrams, Transfer (Sales) Information, Bulk Deeds Office Data and more.
" Very user friendly website. Quick turn around time. "Title Deed - 19 Nov 2014
" Thank you so much! Great service :) "Marriage Contract (anc) - 19 Nov 2014
" I found the info exactly as I required and I'm impressed with the speed of receiving the doc's "Surveyor General Diagram - 17 Nov 2014
" The service was administratively efficient; quick and professional. It was the most user friendly site I have found which delivers a service of this nature. I will definately use again. Well done. "Property Search - 14 Nov 2014
Below are some of the companies who have used us in the past. If they trust us to provide property information, shouldn't you?