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Where are property owner maps located?

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Property records are maintained at the local government level in the United States. Typically, the county assessor's office holds these records. The assessor's office provides property parcel maps that display information for each individual property. A parcel number is obtained which then can be referenced to locate the owner.

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County assessors often provide interactive parcel maps online. In such a circumstance, obtain the parcel number for the property in question and then use the parcel number as a reference to locate the owner within the assessor's records. Policies vary between counties, and in some cases, owner records may only be accessed in person at the assessor's office.

Google also offers property parcel data with both Google Earth Pro and Google Earth EC applications. Google Earth Pro is free, and pricing may vary with Google Earth EC.

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