Mission Statement: To serve the public interest of Rockingham County by providing accurate, timely, accessible, and secure management of the County's most important records on which
people rely to protect property rights and to prove the occurrence of important life events.
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Welcome to the Rockingham County Register of Deeds website.
The Register of Deeds office performs a wide range of services to the professional community and to the general public, including:
- Record and preserve real estate documents (such as Deeds, Deeds of Trust, Power of Attorneys)
- Issue Notary oaths
- Maintain birth and death certificates
- Issue and Maintain marriage licenses
- Record Military Discharge records (Form DD214)
- Offer a Real Estate Fraud Detection Service
My office is dedicated to professional, courteous service to its citizens. In an on-going philosophy of making public records and information in Rockingham County easier to find and easier to use, you are invited to browse through our site to learn more about our office and the services we provide.
Benjamin J. Curtis
Register of Deeds
Effective March 13, 2017
The Rockingham County Register of Deeds office will offer notary services to the general public. Per the fees set by the State of North Carolina, G.S. 10B-31, the cost will be $5.00 per signature.
This service has been implemented by the Register of Deeds office in an effort to provide a convenient location to the citizens of Rockingham County while conducting additional business at the Rockingham County Judicial Center.
Effective March 1, 2017
The Rockingham County Register of Deeds office implemented the practice of returning documents at the time of recordation. We understand that this new practice will result in some changes to long standing practices, but the need to cut any and all extra expenses makes this change necessary. We ask for your understanding and cooperation as we attempt to lower our operating cost to the Rockingham County tax payer.
From this point forward, we will only accept one of the following as appropriate return methods:
1) A self-addressed stamped envelope provided upon presentation
2) Additional fees included to compensate for postage (can be deducted from in-house escrow account)
3) A notation on the document for it to be returned either over the counter or placed in an in-house box (the latter is only available to those who have a box in this office).
The information on this website is furnished as a public service, and the user accepts and understands that the Register of Deeds makes no warranties, expressed or implied, concerning the accuracy, completeness, reliability, or suitability of this information. Furthermore, we assume no responsibility or liability associated with the use or misuse of this information. Information provided is not to be construed as legal advice; always seek the advice of an attorney.