Last updated: January 12, 2023

Blanco County, TX Launches GovOS Property Fraud Alert System

System enables citizens to sign up for alerts to be notified any time the county records a new document associated with a property
Posted by Marcy Swisher
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Austin, TX–January 12, 2023GovOS, the leading provider of digital transformation solutions for local governments, today announced the Blanco County, TX Clerk’s Office has launched GovOS Property Alert. The alert system helps safeguard citizens against property record fraud by allowing citizens to sign up for alerts to be notified any time a document associated with a property is recorded.

“I’m thrilled to announce the launch of our new Property Fraud Alert System from GovOS,” said Laura Walla, Blanco County Clerk. “The Clerk’s Office strives to provide services that empower and protect the citizens of Blanco County. At a time when the threat of property fraud is at an all-time high, the importance of making this kind of service available to citizens cannot be undersold. With this added layer of protection, we help reduce the risk of home title theft by giving constituents the ability to take swift action in the event of fraudulent filings.”

With GovOS Property Alert, property owners can create profiles to be alerted when a document related to a specific parcel–such as mortgage, deed, or mortgage satisfaction–is recorded under the parcel ID or property owner’s name. Once a property owner registers in the system, they will be automatically notified by email when a document associated with the property is recorded by Blanco County. There is no cost to citizens to use this service and no limit to the number of alerts a person can create. 

The notification email will include the document type, document reference number, recording date/time, and a link to the document in question. When a newly-recorded document matches a user’s criteria, the system will issue the alert within hours of filing. If the document looks suspicious, citizens can contact local law enforcement, as well as their attorney, to take further action. 

Property owners can sign up for alerts by visiting and clicking on the Property Alert option at the top of the screen. 

For more information about GovOS Property Alert, visit: 

About GovOS

GovOS is a leading provider of transaction and compliance software for state and local governments to streamline property, licensing, and tax interactions with businesses and citizens. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, GovOS serves more than 800 government agencies across the United States. With the company’s secure suite of cloud-based solutions, governments can maximize revenue, increase compliance, reduce costs, and meet constituent demand for modern, self-service transaction and payment services. In 2024, GovOS was named to the GovTech 100 list by Government Technology for the second time.

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