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    Abandon House from the 1880s how to find owner without paying online fee

    I live in Wasthenaw County Michigan Im trying to find the owner or last owner of an old abandon house every where I look online is one of those companies where it says free report but of course wants a monthly fee is this how its done or is there an easier way. Thanks Tommy
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    Quote Originally Posted by A2coins View Post
    I live in Wasthenaw County Michigan Im trying to find the owner or last owner of an old abandon house every where I look online is one of those companies where it says free report but of course wants a monthly fee is this how its done or is there an easier way. Thanks Tommy
    This should work for you I hope.

    https://www.washtenaw.org/1197/MapWashtenaw

    Lots of different things you can do on that site

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    There is a smartphone App called OnXHunt that gives you the GPS, Topo and Tax Map info on any piece of property in the state you "set up" in. And contact info for the property owner!

    I got my home state free at a local sporting event. It's a pretty neat App. Shows where you are so long as you have cell reception. Designed for hunters but useful for detecting as well.

    https://www.onxmaps.com/hunt-app
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    A2coins,

    What town?? Might be able to scrounge up a couple of maps for ya... You can PM with the town name and I'll see what I can dig up...(No pun intended... )

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    County Tax Assessors office. SOMEone is getting the tax bill on that parcel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ogre1190 View Post
    County Tax Assessors office. SOMEone is getting the tax bill on that parcel.
    Thats the best option. They are current, which can save problems.

    Most counties have a good GIS web site. I've been using them from Day 1, but they take learning on a moderately decent computer. Some work on a smart phone.

    Don't forget to ask about tax deed properties. You may do well there too.
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    Where I live we have County Parcel Maps. Gives a ton of info about properties. Kace mentioned this website in a post to you. Here is a direct link to the map:

    https://gisappsecure.ewashtenaw.org/MapWashtenaw/

    Has everything you need!
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    Try this.......Washtenaw County Property/Parcel Lookup.......https://secure3.ewashtenaw.org/ecomm...erty/pStart.do
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    check out Fetch.gis most counties have it for free, tells current land owner and shows boundaries.......
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