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Frequently Asked Questions


  1. What information do I need to search for my property?
    The more information you have the easier it is to search for your property. The best information you can have is the Tax Parcel Number. It usually will be in this format 00-000-0-0000. Next would be the current owners name and following that would be the address. Not all parcels have an address, especially if they are vacant.
  2. How do I find an ownership plat map of property?
    Use the Sire connection to accomplish this. Select the ‘Document” tab and then select the “REC-PLAT” cabinet. Again, the best information to us to accomplish this task comes from the Tax Parcel Number. The first two digits represent the plat book number, and the second set of three numbers, represent the page number in the plat book. If you don’t have the Tax Parcel Number, there is other information you can put in the additional fields to complete your search.
  3. What is the difference between the Free Basic Search and the Premium Search?
    Free Basic Search will provide owner, address, legal description, lot size, tax codes and values, as well as a few years of taxes owed and payment history.
    Under the Paid Subscription Services you will find plat maps, deed information, complete abstract, detailed assessment records and an interactive GIS map and more.
  4. How do I get a copy of my deed?
    To get this, you will use the Sire search page available in the Paid Subscription Services section. Select the “Document” tab and then select the “Deeds” cabinet. The best information to input would be the Entry No. or Book and Page. If it is a recent deed (1992 to present), you can get the information from the Computerized Tax Software (CTS) or you can enter additional information in the fields available in the “Deeds” cabinet. For older deeds, you will need the same information, but will enter in the “Deeds Historical Bk 1-297” cabinet.