The responsibility of the Bucks County Recorder of Deeds Office is to preserve and maintain the permanent record for all documents related to real estate deeds, mortgages, subdivision plans, etc.
Robin has implemented several innovative and beneficent practices since she took office in Learn more about what Robin is doing. Sincethe people of Bucks County have benefited from a full time Recorder of Deeds. Robin has brought great customer service and friendliness to the position.
She has also run the office efficiently by eliminating budgetary waste such as unnecessary travel and conferences, and environmental waste by shifting the office from printed materials to digital. One of the most important documents the office deals with are veteran's discharge papers.
As a daughter of one of the first women to serve in the US Army, Robin will continue to serve the veterans with the kindness and respect they deserve. Learn More.
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Robin led a successful drive to preserve deed books that date back to Hundreds of books have now been preserved and the records dating back to the s have been digitized. This service efficiently protects against identity theft through a modern computerized system that swiftly checks for suspicious activity. More than 3, residents have ed up for this free and easy to use service thus far.
Robin spearheaded a large expansion of online records and opened those records to the public. Robin was one of the first to take the pandemic seriously and took proactive steps to improve IT and help the office go remote.
After taking office inRobin has made it her mission to preserve and save the more than historic deed books she found deteriorating in the county warehouse. When ed up for the system, residents will receive an alert if anything is recorded in The Recorder of Deeds Office under their name.
More than 3, residents have ed up thus far. Racing against time in bucks county to save years of land records After taking office inRobin has made it her mission to preserve and save the more than historic deed books she found deteriorating in the county warehouse. Learn more.