New York Deed Research #usa #general


Judy Floam
 

Is there a way to research deeds in Manhattan on-line?   If not, how can I do it in person?  I am trying to find out when my grandparents bought the building they lived in (I’m guessing it was in the 1920s or 30s).   Thank you.

 

Judy Floam

Baltimore, MD

 


Raina Accardi
 

Take a look here. Automated City Register Information System. ACRIS Document Search: https://a836-acris.nyc.gov/CP/
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Raina Accardi 
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ferngutman68@...
 

The New York Times sometimes covered even small real estate transactions during the 1920s and 1930s It is worth checking to see if anything is listed.
Fern Gutman


Sherri Bobish
 

Judy,

I believe records that old were not included when real estate records became digitized in NYC.

Fern's idea of looking at old newspapers is excellent.  They had real estate transaction columns.

Try this free site of old digitized newspapers (heavily NY area):
https://fultonhistory.com/Fulton.html

You can search by name or address (or any keyword.)

When searching by address you may have to try different ways of entering it, i.e. 301 East 8th, 301 E. 8th, 301 E. Eighth, 301 E. Eighth. 

Hope this helps,

Sherri Bobish