Filing those real estate documents now costs $3 

A $1 increase on filing real estate documents with the assessor-recorder’s office was approved unanimously Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors in a second and final vote. The cost is now $3. The fee increase is the maximum allowed under state law.

The fee increase would result in estimate revenue of $240,571, which is split 60-40 between the District Attorney and the Police Department to investigate and prosecute real estate fraud cases.

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