Welcome to the Clermont County Auditor's Office
Linda L Fraley, Clermont County Auditor is excited to introduce the new Clermont County Auditor’s website utilizing the most up to date technology in website design. This website streamlines access to all of the functions of the Auditor’s office in one place. You will still have access to all the same information you are used to such as performing real estate searches, accessing forms, obtaining information on Homestead and CAUV, finding information on dog licenses, and utilizing interactive maps of the county.
In addition, the Auditor’s real estate information can now be accessed utilizing our new Mobile App. This mobile friendly addition to our website allows you to research properties on the go, keep track of your searches, bookmark favorites, and find property details using your location. This app is available for both Apple and Android.
Ways to file a deed with our office
Thanks to the Clermont County Recorder’s office, documents can now be submitted electronically, making the process faster and more efficient than ever before. E-Filing eliminates the need to mail in documents or to make a trip to our office. Please visit the Recorder’s E-Filing page for electronic filing details. For Recorder’s fees please visit their Fee Schedule page. Auditor’s document requirements and fees can be found on the Real Property Transfers and Conveyances page.
Our office located at 101 E Main St. in downtown Batavia is open from 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday. During these hours we are available to assist with filing a deed with our office. Please bring all the necessary documents and Auditor’s fees found on the Real Property Transfers and Conveyances page. Recorder’s fees can be found on their Fee Schedule page.
If you wish to file your deed by mail please visit the Recorder’s How to record a document page for details. Please be aware that this method may prolong the process as the documents may be rejected for items such as incorrect fees, missing or incorrect legal description, missing Conveyance form, etc. and returned to you. Please visit the Real Property Transfers and Conveyances page for Auditor’s requirements and fees.