To perform a home title search, look through government public record websites or through the local courthouse, tax assessor's office or title companies. Home ownership records are public. Title searches may also be avai... More »

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Two methods of performing a free title search for a property include visiting the local courthouse or the local county assessor's website. It's also possible to conduct a search on Internet databases such as SearchQ.com ... More »

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To perform a title search, begin by inputting the Vehicle Identification Number, or VIN, into the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System. Search for a title for free using the National Insurance Crime Bureau's w... More »

Two methods of performing a free title search for a property include visiting the local courthouse or the local county assessor's website. It's also possible to conduct a search on Internet databases such as SearchQ.com ... More »

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Locate a homeowner by visiting the property tax assessor's office or asking a real estate agent for the homeowner's contact information. You can also ask the neighbors or search the property title in public records. More »

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Find a property's lot number by visiting the website for the county in which the property exists and locating the property search tool, which may appear under a section for an assessor or tax board. Use the tool to find ... More »

To assign an assessor's parcel number to a property, the county assessor or a member of the county's tax board creates a unique number based on the location of the home, its zoning properties and the parcel number for ot... More »