Recording Documents

Recording Fees

Please see Idaho Code §31-3205 for more information

Requirements for Recording

Documents must be:

  • Original
  • Completed
  • Signed by the grantor
  • Notarized

Most documents also require a real property legal description or recording instrument number referencing a related recorded document. Forms are available through title companies and attorneys. You can also use templates found online.

View the following link for more information: Documents Recorded by the Kootenai County Recorders Office (PDF).

Recording by Mail or in Person

  • By mail: Enclose the document, correct fee, and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for the return of your document
  • In Person: Simply bring your document to our office with the correct fee; we will return the original to you at that time

e-Recording

View the steps on how to e-Record:

Requesting Copies of Recorded Documents

You can request a copy of a recorded document by mail, over the phone, or in person.

When requesting by mail, please:

Kootenai County Recorder's Office
P.O. Box 9000
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83816

If you are unable to print our form, please send as much of the following information as possible:

  • Book and page
  • Check or money order; copies of recorded documents are $1 per page and an additional $1 for certification
  • Instrument number
  • Party names
  • Please also include an additional $1 for return of your document
  • Recording date
  • Type of document
  • Your return address and phone number, and/or email address

Or

  • Visit our office and pay the appropriate fee

More Information

View the legislation regarding recording fee changes.