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Why can't I find an address?

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How do I locate an address by typing in the owner's name?

Make sure you are typing in the last name first. Try typing in the last name followed by only the first few letters of the first name. Do not use any punctuation when typing in the name.

Why can't I find the sale of a new home that the owner's have already moved into?

When you key in the address under 'Property Profile', look at the building permit information. If the home is marked as a custom built home, this means that the home has never actually sold. Someone bought the lot and then paid a builder to build the home. The only sale in this case would be on the lot itself. If the home is not marked custom, it is possible that the sale is so recent that we have not received the information on it yet. We typically have a sale in the system within 4-7 working days from the day it is filed. NOTE: The amount of time between when a sale is closed and when it is filed at the County Register's Office is out of our control and may be 15 days or more!

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Explanation of Abbreviations Explanation of Abbreviations
  • Deed # - The official recorded book number. If additional information is desired about any sale, a copy of the deed can be obtained from either a title company or the registrar's office.
  • House & Street - The property address. Only the first number of a duplex is given; all duplexes are noted under remarks.
  • Date - Date sale closed
  • Sell Pr - Sale price as reported in affidavit on deed
  • Mtg - Amount of any new mortgage placed on property sold. If no amount is reported, sale was made for cash or on a loan assumption
  • Lender - The lender for the mortgage
  • Type - The type of loan
  • Square Price - The price per square foot of heated area
  • Ft. Size - Total heated living area. All physical data contributed by appraisers unless the source code is A, which menas that it is from the assessor
  • Sty - Number of stories in the house
  • Rm - Number of rooms in the house
  • BR - Number of bedrooms in the house
  • DN - If the house has a den this column will have an X
  • BHS - Number of full and half baths: 1 bath = 1.0, 1 full bath and 1 half bath = 1.1, 1 full bath and 2 half baths = 1.2, etc….
  • Cons - Exterior construction of house
  • GA - Garage; 1D = single detached, 2 A = double attached
  • CP - Carport - same as above
  • Yr - Estimated year house constructed
  • Remarks - Additional comments about the house or the circumstances of the sale. Duplex and assessor's physical information identification, HUD and bank sales are also noted here
  • Info - Date Date information on house was obtained. Some information may be 25 years old so the reliability of the description of the property is related to the age of the information, since additions and other changes can occur
  • SC - Source of the physical information. All information is from appraisers unless source code is A, which is from the tax assessor's records
  • CD - Condition of property as of date of information; 1 or E = Excellent, 2 or G = Good, 3 or F = Fair, 4 or B = Poor, P = Proposed, A = Average
  • CA - Central air conditioning
  • FP - Fireplace
  • #A - Number of kitchen appliances included. 4 might be Range & Oven, Vent, Dishwasher, and Disposal
  • JA - Jacuzzi (TM) or whirlpool type tub
  • PL - Swimming Pool
Construction Type Abbreviations
  • ALAS - Aluminum Siding/Asbestos Siding
  • ALMS - Aluminum Siding/Masonite
  • ALST - Aluminum Siding/Stone
  • ALUM - Aluminum Siding
  • ASB - Asbestos Siding
  • ASPH - Asphalt Shingle
  • ASST - Asbestos Siding/Stone
  • B&B - Board & Batten
  • BR - Solid Brick
  • BV - Brick Veneer
  • BVAL - Brick Veneer/Aluminum Siding
  • BVAS - Brick Veneer/Asbestos Siding
  • BVCB - Brick Veneer/Concrete Block
  • BVCE - Brick Veneer/Cedar Siding
  • BVDV - Brick Veneer/Dryvit
  • BVFR - Brick Veneer/Frame
  • BVHB - Brick Veneer/Hardboard
  • BVMS - Brick Veneer/Masonite
  • BVOT - Brick Veneer/Other
  • BVSC - Brick Veneer/Stucco
  • BVST - Brick Veneer/Stone
  • BVVN - Brick Veneer/Vinyl Siding
  • CB - Concrete Block
  • CBFR - Concrete Block/Frame
  • CDST - Cedar Siding/Stone
  • CEDA - Cedar Siding
  • CYPR - Cypress Siding
  • DRVT - Dryvit
  • FIBE - Fiberboard
  • FIEL - Fieldstone
  • FR - Frame
  • FRAL - Frame/Aluminum Siding
  • FRAS - Frame/Asbestos Siding
  • FRST - Frame/Stone
  • HB - Hardboard
  • HBBV - Hardboard/Brick Veneer
  • HBST - Hardboard/Stone
  • LOG - Log
  • MASO - Masonite Siding
  • META - Metal
  • OTH - Other
  • PERM - Permastone
  • REDW - Redwood
  • STEL - Steel
  • STON - Stone
  • STUC - Stucco
  • VINL - Vinyl Siding
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