Property ownership documents are public records and are generally available through local government offices or online. Online listings through the Multiple Listing Service can help locate property owners, or people can ... More »

Property ownership is public record, and ownership documents are recorded in the county clerk and recorder's office and can be looked up by the property's address. Often the clerk and recorder's records are also availabl... More »

One way to find out who owns a property is to contact the county tax assessor and county recorder's offices. Some departments have websites that allow users to search by address, while others require a face-to-face visit... More »

Property ownership records are public records and can be searched either online or through local government offices. Searches for property ownership can be conducted online using the MLS (Multiple Listing Service) and it... More »

In order to determine the year a house was built, property owners can locate the deed or ownership documents that list the exact date the house was built. If property owners do not have the ownership documents, they can ... More »

Property records available to the public include property information, history, associated documents, summary and any other available public records regarding the property, such as date of last sale and estimated value. ... More »

Property ownership is public record, and ownership documents are recorded in the county clerk and recorder's office and can be looked up by the property's address. Often the clerk and recorder's records are also availabl... More »