Real Property/Land Records
The Travis County Clerk’s Recording Division files, records, and maintains Real Property Records, Personal Property Records, Notice of Trustee Sales, Military Discharges, and Public Notices. The records to which access is not otherwise restricted by law or by court order are made available through our Public Records Search.
Real Property documents may be filed and recorded with the Travis County Clerk’s Office in person or by mail. The original documents with original signatures are required for the recording. The County Clerk’s Office will not record a copy.
Recordings are completed immediately once received in the County Clerk’s Office. Once the documents are processed, assigned an instrument number, scanned, and the original documents are returned by in mail or instant return for customers in person.
The filing fee per document is $26 for the first page and $4 each additional page. Please view Recording Fees page for a detailed fee schedule. Cash, credit card, checks, or money orders are accepted. Please make checks payable to Travis County Clerk.
Electronic Recording (eRecording)
The following entities may use eRecording to electronically file documents with our office per Texas Local Government Code 195.003.
- An attorney licensed in this state;
- A bank, savings and loan association, savings bank, or credit union doing business under laws of the United States or this state;
- A federally chartered lending institution, a federal government-sponsored entity, an instrumentality of the federal government, or a person approved as a mortgagee by the United States to make federally insured loans;
- A person licensed to make regulated loans in this state;
- A title insurance company or title insurance agent licensed to do business in this state;
- An agency of this state.
We encourage any of these to take advantage of this service because it is:
Convenient: File 24/7 from any location with Internet access.
Flexible: Standard document formats are accepted and special hardware or software is not required.
Fast: Occurs in real time and allows you to receive immediate confirmation and file-stamped copies upon acceptance.
Cost Effective: Often less expensive than producing and processing paper filings.
Secure: Process adheres to state and federal security regulations.
Green: Reduces the use of paper and reduces carbon emissions by eliminating trips by car or transportation by mail.
Per Texas Local Government Code 195.003, the following organizations are authorized to use eRecording to electronically file documents with our office:
If you are interested in becoming a submitter, please contact our office.