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Peter Hughes-Davies
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Thanks everyone for the responses.  It seems that because I'm in Canada, I was geo-blocked by CourthouseDirect so I'm trying to get unblocked.  NetrOnline looks promising Jim, thanks for that link.

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rudy.stricklan
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@peter-hughes-davies

If you use AutoCAD, then with the ArcGIS for AutoCAD extension you can access the REST web map services contained in Joe Effelt's excellent catalog of sources.

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Jaccen
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I did not know about that ArcGIS for AutoCAD extension.  Thanks for that.

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PLS9196
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datatree.com is not bad for deeds, usually their map scans are garbage myfirstam.com is not bad as well, for the region you are searching. 

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Jim Frame
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Posted by: @pls9196

datatree.com is not bad for deeds, usually their map scans are garbage

In my county it's only the older scans (prior to 2000 or so) that are of poor quality.  The more recent stuff is legible.

While I may be mistaken, I get the impression that all of the commercial online map sources are using First American's map database, so I long ago quit trying to get a better scan from a different vendor.

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