Click here to download or print at-home instructions on how to use our two online search databases.
If you do not have a U.P.I. number or want to look up a document by physical address, please use ChescoViews.
The information available via our Eagle Web database includes verified document data from 1960 to the present, as well as associated document images from January 1994 to the present (see the current proof date below in bold). Subdivision plans are available on Eagle Web from 1905 to the present.
No password is required to access Eagle Web. For questions regarding record searches, click on the “Search Help” tab at the top of the screen. This tab contains helpful information that can guide you through the document search.
Read and accept the Acknowledgement. Login with Registered User credentials or use the Public Login (unofficial copies). When you’ve completed your search, click on the “Logout publicweb” tab at the top of the screen.
The Chester County Recorder of Deeds' Eagle Web data is current (proofed) as of: September 28, 2022.
IQS Search Database (documents prior to 1994)
The Chester County Recorder of Deeds launched a separate records database in January 2021 for public online access to images of recorded documents prior to 1994, dating back to the County’s founding in the 1600s. Recorded deeds and mortgages are only a few types of land documents made available through a partnership with records management company Info Quick Solutions, Inc. (IQS). These documents were scanned for historical preservation as part of a previous project. The IQS website provides instant access to the physical records available in the Recorder’s office. The public can search and view all images for free and the images can be printed or downloaded for $0.50 per page.
If you will be accessing this database and/or making payments frequently, we recommend you sign up for a User Account on the login page. Otherwise, you can click the "Log in as GUEST" button for one-time use(s).
Please note: The E-Film Reader on IQS Search contains documents with fields that are not indexed, so you'll need to know a document's Book and Page in order to find it.
If you would like to receive an email notification if or when a document goes on our record that contains your name, click on the “Fraud Guard” tab at the top of the page and enter all requested information. This is a free service to deter real estate fraud in Chester County.