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What is the transfer fee when transferring a deed?
There is a $5 transfer fee for any deed processed through the auditor’s office. If there is a sales disclosure, then there will be an additional $10 fee. A sales disclosure is considered exempt and will not be charged if it is due to a foreclosure, sheriff sale, or to a nonprofit organization. If there is any money changing hands for the transfer of the property, then it will be non-exempt, and must be checked by the assessor’s office before we can process the deed.

If you have any questions regarding transfer fees please feel free to contact our office at (812) 358-6123.

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