Finding owner of property trouble


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Dec 30, 2012
Canton Ohio Area
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All Treasure Hunting
A lot of Tax Auditors are now on line


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Jan 16, 2022
Ct (not a lefty)
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Minelab equinox 800
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All Treasure Hunting
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.

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