Try HuntStand. $29 a year. Property info anywhere. Lots of different maps including current satellite. Mark locations, measure distances, weather.and designed for hunting. Accurate property mapping. Easy to follow property lines in the middle of nowhere. Mark out stuff on your computer and it pops right up on the smartphone and vise versa.Ok I am going to try and make this as easy as possible to understand... While doing my research and looking at maps I find old houses that are no longer used as a residence. I use the Historic map works site to see how far back the house has been there. Once I do that, I go onto Google earth to find the coordinates. Once I find that I go to Converting Addresses to/from Latitude/Longitude/Altitude in One Step (Geocoding) where I put in the coordinates to find the address. From there, I put the address into my states real property search. Sometimes the owner pops up, but most of the time is does not. My issue is finding the right address. I am guessing that the coordinates on Google earth may not be correct, which may cause the trouble with not getting the right address. Does anyone have any suggestions as far as a more accurate property search? Something where I can get more accurate coordinates? Any help would be much appreciated. I hope anyone who reads this can understand what I am talking about.