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How do you perform a property inquiry with the city of Detroit?

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To inquire about a property with the city of Detroit, visit Wayne County's Register of Deeds page at WayneCountyLandRecords.com. Users may conduct a free grantor/grantee index search, but the user cannot print documents from this search. Alternatively, users can set up a credit card account, complete full legal searches and print documents. The credit card accounts are set up as on-demand payment accounts. A third option for high-volume users is to setup a commercial account.

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When conducting a free public web search, any documents individuals have submitted within the last 30 days are not visible, explains the Wayne County Register of Deeds. With an on-demand account, account holders are required to use a Visa, MasterCard or Discover credit card. Users must also read and accept the On-Demand Agreement's terms and conditions. After registration, users must purchase a subscription to begin searching. Users are also responsible for paying additional fees for printing documents.

Individuals desiring to setup commercial accounts should contact a representative in the Register of Deeds office via phone. Commercial accounts feature a unique fee schedule and agreement, notes the Wayne County Register of Deeds.

As of 2014, Wayne County has 814,399 housing units, according to the United States Census Bureau. The homeownership rate in Wayne County between 2009 and 2013 was 64.8 percent with the median value of owner-occupied housing units averaging $86,800 during the same time period.

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