The Mission of the Franklin County Recorder's Office is to record, preserve, protect and retrieve real estate, personal property, and other records for the public so their property interests are safeguarded, and so those records can be efficiently retrieved.What are the public property records in Franklin County Florida?
Franklin County Property Records are real estate documents that contain information related to real property in Franklin County, Florida. Public Property Records provide information on homes, land, or commercial properties, including titles, mortgages, property deeds, and a range of other documents.How do I get a copy of my deed in Franklin County?
Here in the Franklin County Recorder’s office, we provide copies of deeds for free and certified copies of deeds for $2 per page and $1 for certification (a total of $5 for two-page deeds). You can click the Search Records button at the top of this page to search your property and print off any related documents, free of charge.How is Franklin County Florida governed?
Established in 1832, the county is governed by the Franklin County Board of County Commissioners. The Commission, which is the legislative branch of government, serves as the county governing board for the residents of the unincorporated areas. Within Franklin County, there are two municipalities: Apalachicola and Carrabelle.