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Start with the tax assessor. All the information that most people will need or want to know about a deed will be on record with the county tax assessor, such as the current owner, sale dates, price history, and current valuation. Find the records section. Examine the record.
A property deed is a legal document that describes a parcel of real estate, including its location, boundaries, and current owner. Property ownership is a matter of public record, so you can get the ownership information for a home if you have the address.
Find out if the property or land is registered. Download a copy of the title register - you'll need this to find the property's title number and to see if HM Land Registry holds a copy of the deeds. Fill in the deeds request form.
Free: Look for it Online Many counties throughout the U.S. make it easy to look up ownership records for any piece of property through the county assessor or county recorder's office. Access the information using your street address, parcel number or even your name.
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Find out if the property or land is registered. Download a copy of the title register - you'll need this to find the property's title number and to see if HM Land Registry holds a copy of the deeds. Fill in the deeds request form.
Start with the tax assessor. All the information that most people will need or want to know about a deed will be on record with the county tax assessor, such as the current owner, sale dates, price history, and current valuation. Find the records section. Examine the record.
Every piece of real estate in the United States is tracked or recorded. Usually, these files are kept with the County Recorder's office. They are public record, which means that anyone who wants the information can take certain steps to obtain it.
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