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You can find your property's parcel number by searching for it in your county or city property appraiser's/tax collector's website. You also can visit or call your property appraiser's/tax collector's office. Your parcel... More »

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A property's parcel number is usually located on a property tax statement or tax bill, according to the Alameda County Assessor's Office. Counties such as Clark County, Nevada, offer telephone information services to loc... More »

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Parcel maps include the owner's name and address, the location and size of the property and the parcel number. They also show the deed book, page filed survey and 911 locations for fire departments. Parcel maps designate... More »

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Information that can be obtained from a county assessor's office regarding property include the property owner, property address, mailing address, assessed value and parcel number. In addition, the county recorder's book... More »

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To search for a property by assessor's parcel number, visit the website of a local county recorder's office. Enter the APN to see the name of the record owner and any relevant tax property information. More »

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To become a property appraiser in Palm Beach, Florida visit the property appraiser employment page at the Palm Beach government website, and download the city's application for employment. Fill out the application, and s... More »

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Use the TN property viewer by selecting the county the property is located in, then searching the property with either the name of the owner, the parcel number or name of the subdivision. Some counties are not on the TN ... More »

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