To see the property tax assessment record for a property, perform a public record search at a site that provides public records such as OnlineSearches.com, NETRonline.com, or a specific state site such as MyFlorida.com. Depending on the state or county agency, a fee may be assessed for accessing public records.Continue Reading
Common ways to access assessment records include property address, property ID number and owner name in some instances. The results typically include characteristics of the land, sales history of the property and tax valuations. Some states also include online map applications that let users view physical maps of the property in addition to surrounding areas. In states and counties that do not provide information online, requests must be made over the phone, in person or in writing to the county property assessor.
Each state or county has an office responsible for the assessment of property taxes. Though the name of the office differs by state, such as Auditor, Treasurer, or County Clerk, the common function is to determine the value of properties for tax purposes. Property values are generally subject to a variety of factors, such as market conditions, the physical shape of the property itself, and the value of nearby buildings and areas.Learn more about Public Records