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County Information:
Brunswick County COVID-19 Information
Duplin County Health Department
New Hanover County COVID-19 Information
Pender County COVID-19 Information
Sampson County COVID-19 Information
Scotland County COVID-19 Information


Registers of Deeds:

  • Brunswick County Register of Deeds remains open for business, both in person and electronically for real estate recordings. More information can be found at their website: http://rod.brunsco.net/
  • Duplin County Register of Deeds remains open for business with limited in-person access. They request that any real estate recordings be completed electronically using their website: http://www.duplinrod.com/
  • New Hanover County Register of Deeds is available by appointment and mail for real estate recordings, with electronic recordings encouraged: https://registerofdeeds.nhcgov.com/
  • Pender County Register of Deeds is available by appointment and mail for real estate recordings, with electronic recordings encouraged: http://www.pendercountync.gov/rod/register-of-deeds/real-estate/
  • Sampson County Register of Deeds is closed to the public, however, a business can be conducted via a dropbox in the foyer of the building or via mail, as described in this posting. They strongly encourage e-recording of real estate transfers. Any further updates to their schedule or operating hours can be found on their website: http://www.sampsonrod.org/
  • Scotland County Register of Deeds remains open to the public but by appointment only. This applies to all business including real estate transfer recordation, which cannot be completed online. Appointment information can be found on their website: https://www.scotlandcounty.org/341/Register-of-Deeds

    *All RoD offices stated they have no immediate plans to close, however that is subject to change with direction from the state government.

 

Stay-at-Home Guidelines:
Recently, Governor Roy Cooper announced the implementation of Stay at Home Orders to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. This Executive Order requires NC residents to remain in their homes unless they are engaging in designated permitted activities deemed necessary to the public, health, safety, and welfare of the state and its economy. You can find the full text of the order here.

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Officials recommend that members of the real estate industry refrain from face-to-face real estate practices unless deemed absolutely essential until the Stay at Home Orders are lifted. 
-  Stay-At-Home Guidelines for CFR Members

 

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