- October 24, 2018
- Posted by: U.S. Title Records
- Category: Property owner search
Property Owner Search
How to look up property ownership records
If you are attempting to find the owner of a property you need to locate the property address or parcel number as it is indexed with the county assessor and/or recorder’s office. Locate the public records search tab. Enter the owner’s name or parcel number into the entry fields on the assessor website and click “submit” or “search”. This should reflect current ownership for the subject property if indexed online in the county’s data base. The site search options may also provide mortgage and transfer records as well depending on the county. Alternatively, you can also perform a “Title Search by Name” through an online title search company to look up property, land or real estate owned by a person or company.
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