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Thread: How Do you go about finding owner of land if theres no land information on it?

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    Sep 2012
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    How Do you go about finding owner of land if theres no land information on it?

    I was google mapping this area where the Indians once lived but now is mostly all super rich peoples houses. Then I noticed at the top of the hill a 300 yards north is a big empty lot where you can see an outline of a house and garage. When I was a kid and we would drive by, It just looked like a field covered in brush trees, !8 years later. This lot is huge, but I drove by and didnt see any info on it. I dont exactly want to go in with out permission. The only thing holding me back is Lunch in the oven right now lol.

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    Go to that counties auditor site. Many have a map that that you can zoom in on and select the property, it will show where the tax bill is sent and to whom it is sent.
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    What he said. Assuming you're in the US - my county has a "GIS" link on their website that allows you to find owners and property value (and also has aerial shots with the borders marked - very handy!)

    If you don't have that . . . you may have to go make nice with the municipal tax assessor's office. If they deny you - tell them you want to FOIL it. (Freedom of Information Act)
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    kitt, what state do you live in ?

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    I thing I have found the address, I have found that its for sale through an agency. How would I find the owner to ask if I can detect this place? I want to dig under the apple tree!!

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    Sep 2012
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    curry county oregon

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    Don't dig under the apple tree with anyone else but me.....I couldn't resist.
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    I found called the tax office and they gave me a name and mailing address. So I looked on facebook and now im able to contact them. They still live locally so im hoping they will let me do some detecting

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