How do I find out who owns a property?
There's a lot in our neighborhood we'd like to buy but we're having trouble locating the owner. What should we do?
Go to the County registrar's office and ask them. They keep a role for the tax records.
County records (available online) should show who the owner is. Try googling the name of the county +"GIS."
That should get you to the mapping system that displays ownership and tax records.
Town, or city hall will know who owns the land. They may or may not be able to give contact info. We did this to a property we wanted...sadly, they didn't want to sell.
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