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Looking up property records can be beneficial to those working in real estate or law, and need to find property information. It is also helpful to those in other fields, who need to find property owner information, as well as information about the property itself. Property records are public, so anyone has the right to find them. Finding property records does not have to be difficult, as long as one knows where to look.
Determine what county the property is located in within the state. If you do not know, call the city hall of the town or city the property is in and ask. You must know the county to find the most accurate property data.
Go to that county's main website. Most county's websites will have a.gov attached to them. Once on the main county website, look at their links. You want to click on property records if it is available. Many county's however, do not have such a link. In this case, you must click on the Auditor's website.
Once on the Auditor's website, you will need to find the Property Tax Information link. Click on this link. On some sites it may not say Property Tax Information, but rather, Appraisal and Data. Both links should take you where you need to go.
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