Register’s Blog

Registry’s Green Committee Efforts Produce Savings In Electrical Costs

A recent evaluation of the results of our Green Committee’s Policy Goal #2  ”to reduce lighting and electrical use” in or main office in Plymouth... Read more »

Red Sox manager for the “Impossible Dream” team has died

In 1967, the Boston Red Sox were rated as 100-1 longshots to win the American League pennant. They won in dramatic fashion.  Dick Williams, who... Read more »

Emergency Homeowners Loan Program Now Available

The long awaited federal program to help those homeowners who are in danger of losing their homes due to unemployment, underemployment or other... Read more »

East Bridgewater Council on Aging Hosts Homestead Discussion

On Wednesday, June 15th, the East Bridgewater Council on Aging hosted a discussion of the new Homestead Act. The new Homestead Act recently passed by... Read more »

Recording Numbers for May Show Some Positive Signs

The Register’s Report for the month of May shows a continuing upward trend in the sale of properties in 2011.

Many Residents Turn Out At Oak Point For Presentation On New Homestead Law

Close to two hundred residents gathered for a presentation on the new homestead law recently enacted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Sales Volume, New Foreclosures Trend Upward In April Recordings

The Register’s Report, our monthly newsletter on real estate activity at the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds is now available for the month of... Read more »

Confederate Batteries Open Fire On Fort Sumter At 4:30 A.M.

On April 12, 1861, 150 years ago today, Confederate forces opened fire on Federal troops stationed at Fort Sumter, South Carolina. This action... Read more »

Opening Day and Amen Corner All In One Weekend

We know that we’ve really turned the corner into spring when it is Opening Day at Fenway Park and the Masters Golf Tournament is underway.  Red Sox... Read more »

Register’s Report for March Activity Now Available

March 2011 recording figures showed an increase in the numbers of both mortgages and deeds recorded.  We are slowly coming out of the winter doldrums... Read more »

Registry Celebrates Green Accomplishments

Today, April 1st, is noteworthy for a variety of reasons.

A Half Century of Hard Work Deserves Recognition

Over this past week, we lost our longest serving registry employee to retirement. Vija Berzins of our Land Court Department retired after 52 years as... Read more »

Refinace Activity Remains High: Sales In Typical Winter Decline

The month of January brought a significant amount of snow–school closings and delayed openings to many businesses, and to the Registry’s operations... Read more »

Sales and Values Rise; Refinances Rebound in 2010

The monthly “Register’s Report”  for December 2010 is now available.  Included in this month’s report is year end data for deeds and mortgages... Read more »

Important Notice Relating to Recording Fees

Effective February 3, 2011, the Registry will be strictly enforcing the Deeds Indexing Standards that went into effect January 1, 2006 with respect... Read more »