A copy of your deed (for real estate transactions within Pinellas County) is available from the Official Records of Pinellas County.
A certified copy of a 1-page deed costs $3.00 from the Pinellas County Clerk of the Circuit Court's Office. Please use the information on this page to find out how to locate and order a certified copy of your deed with ease.
You may search the Official Records of Pinellas County for a copy of your recorded deed, using the link titled "Public Access to Official Records and Other Records."
Under Official Records, click on the link titled "Official Records Search" to access the Official Records Entry Form. Enter the name that the deed is recorded under - typically this is the homeowner's name. Using the "Instrument Select" drop down box, you may select "Deed" to narrow your search of the Official Records documents to just deeds. You may enter a beginning date and an ending date to further limit your search to a specific time period.
Images of deeds are available online from 1990 through the present date. Images of deeds prior to 1990 are not available online. However, they may be ordered online, by email, by mail or in person. Uncertified copies can be provided via email, fax, U.S. Postal Service mail or in person. Certified copies can only be provided by U.S. Postal Service mail or in person.
Deeds/Records can be ordered with payment of appropriate fees as follows:
Written requests should include: a description of the document, parties, and the book and page numbers.
- Via written request to one of the offices listed below.
- By visiting one of our offices listed below:
Downtown Clearwater Courthouse
Recording Services, Room 163
315 Court Street
Clearwater, FL 33756
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m
St. Petersburg Branch Office
545 1st Avenue N.
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m
Please make your check payable to The Clerk of the Circuit Court and include a self addressed envelope along with your request.
The copying and/or the certifying of Court or Official Record documents requires copy and/or certification fees paid to the Clerk of Court. Current fees are available here.
*There is a $5.00 fee charged by the credit card processor for the use of a credit card to pay for the records requested. This fee is not shared with the Clerk. This fee is not a charge for the records requested, but is related solely to the method of payment.