Welcome to the world of NDRIN....the North Dakota Recorders Information Network. A group of North Dakota counties have joined together to extend the application of the 1999 disaster-proofing FEMA grant and provide access to real estate records via the Internet. These records have previously been available only through books and microfilm in the Recorder's offices in the county courthouses.
Our mission is to preserve and protect North Dakota Land Records for future generations.
NDRIN welcomes all users, from real estate brokers to attorneys, bankers, oil and gas/coal industry personnel, abstractors and others. As in the previous 100 plus years, the North Dakota Recorders have been dedicated to the people of North Dakota in preserving, protecting and providing access to the county real estate records. NDRIN hopes to continue to serve the public into the 21st century and beyond. With new methods and techniques, modern technology is moving Recorders forward as progressive players in the world of e-commerce.
The counties of Burleigh, Cass, Dunn, McLean, Stark, Ward and Williams started the pilot project. Fifty of the fifty three counties in North Dakota are members of NDRIN, offering real estate records access with various start-up dates to the present. By purchasing a 30 day subscription for only $30.00, you will have unlimited viewing of documents. This subscription will automatically renew unless you cancel on the website before the renewal date. A day pass option is available for $7.00. This will provided the same benefits at the 30 day subscription, but access will expire 24 hours after purchase. The day pass option will not renew automatically.
Please check the amount of available information in the county of interest on their information page under ND Recorders.