Land Records & Recording

Land Records and RecordingThe primary responsibility of the Anoka County Recorder/ Registrar of Titles is to accept real estate documents in recordable form for filing and to maintain a permanent archive of recorded documents for real property in Anoka County. The most commonly recorded documents include deeds, mortgages, and satisfactions.

Legal Help

Per Minnesota Statute 481.02, Anoka County does not provide legal advice, assistance in document preparation, or abstracting services. The county does not assume any liability for persons who attempt to complete legal documentation on their own. We strongly encourage you to consult with a real estate attorney and/or title company if you require assistance.

Document Recording

Documents can be recorded in several different ways:

Digitally - electronically (eRecording)

Electronic recording enables title companies, lenders, law firms, and others to electronically record documents without leaving the office. Most document types can be eRecorded.

To get started with eRecording, contact one of these trusted submitters:

Paper Documents

By Mail
Send all documents and appropriate fees to:

Anoka County Property Records & Taxation
2100 3rd Avenue
Anoka, MN 55303

In Person
Bring the completed documents and cash or check to the Anoka County Property Records & Taxation's Office at the physical address listed above.