Fee Schedule   (Winona County Does Not Accept Credit Card Payment.)

Real Estate Fees 
Recording Fee (Abstract Property)
$46.00
Recording Fee(Registered/Torrens Property)
$46.00
Assignments,Satisfactions & Partial Releases
$46.00
Referencing more than four documents
$10.00 per additional reference
Well Disclosure Certificates
$50.00
Filing Plats
$56.00
Conservation Tax
$5.00
Required when deed tax or mortgage tax is paid. (MN Statute 40A.152)
 
 
Requests For Information
(Prepayment or Active Account Required)
All requests for information should be sent to the Recorder's office.
FAX: 507-454-9371
              OR
Email: wcrecorder@co.winona.mn.us
Requests will be processed in the order received. Applicable fees will apply.

 
 
Certified Tract Index Search
 
Up to & Including 3 entries
$25.00
Up to & Including 6 entries
$30.00
Up to & Including 10 entries
$35.00
Condition of Title Reports (O & E)
$45.00
Certified copies of plats
$15.00
Uncertified copies of plats
$10.00
Engineering prints
$5.00
Certified copies of documents
$10.00
Uncertified copies
$2.00
Mailing & Handling
$1.50
Fax/Email(Plus $2.00 per document fee)
$3.00
Certified Tax Lien Search (Per Name)
$15.00
Verbal Tax Lien Search (Per Name)
$3.00
Notary fee (Per Signature)
$1.00

State Deed Tax
Instruments requiring deed tax per MSA 287.21 must state the amount of tax due, or if it is exempt. The tax will be calculated at a rate of .0033 per the amount of consideration, exclusive of the value of any lien or encumbrance remaining at the time of the sale. The minimum amount is $1.65.

Example: $100,200.00 x .0033 = $330.66

Mortgage Registration Tax

For instruments taxable under MSA 287.05, tax will be calculated at a rate of .0023 of the principal debt or obligation that is secured by any mortgage of real property in the State of Minnesota.

Example: $79,500.50 x .0023 = $182.86


Property Splits
Payment of the current year taxes is required when tax parcels are split, per MSA 272.121, or land is platted.  Survey required. See Land Split Ordinance. (Tab)

Electronic Certificate of Real Estate Value

To complete an eCRV form, go to the Minnesota Department of Revenue site:
               www.revenue.state.mn.us/CRV/Pages/eCRV.aspx

Required on conveyance documents when the consideration is more than $500.

Well Disclosure Certificate
Required when there is a well on the property and a Certificate of Real Estate Value is required (MSA 1031.235). If there are no changes in the well, a statement on the deed is acceptable.