- Go to the Registry of Deeds website for the state and county where your mystery property is located.
- Perform a property search. Enter the street number and street address of the mystery property in the appropriate fields.
- Select the most recent deed on file.
Can you see who owns a house?
Property Deeds: Another way to find out who owns a house is through a property deed search, using the Registry of Deeds. Searching the Registry of Deeds is in principle similar to the process of looking up tax records to find a property owner. The latest deed will tell you who the current owner of the house is.
How do I find out who owns a home by address?
Visit the assessor’s office in the county where the house is located. A map with the physical boundaries of the property as well as the Assessor’s Parcel Number or APN for the property is recorded. A search of the APN or the house street address will provide the homeowner’s name and current address.
How do I find out who owns a property UK?
Get historical title registers
You may be able to find out who owned the property before the current owner from a historical title register. It can also be useful if you’re trying to find out how old a property is. Ask HM Land Registry to search who owned the property for a specific date or multiple dates.
Who owns the house next door?
You can also find out the home or property owner next door by looking at the deed, which shows both the buyer and the seller. County property tax assessor websites have property owner information.