The Marion County Recorder’s Office accepts documents in person, by mail and through our e-recording vendors. Fees are set by the Indiana General Assembly. NOTE: Fees in Marion County are different than in other county in Indiana.
Documents presented for recording must meet certain requirements. Below is a list of common requirements and the corresponding Indiana Code.
Our office primarily records documents related to property, however there are a number of other documents commonly recorded including:
Our Recording Guide offers information on how to record documents that transfer property.
More information on our eRecording vendors can be found here.
Documents for recording can be sent along with the corresponding payment to:
Marion County Recorder200 E. Washington Street, Room 741Indianapolis, IN 46204
Documents will not be accepted by fax or email.A self-addressed postage paid envelope should be provided to return original documents.