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I am looking for a owner of a vacant home, can anyone tell me how to find this information?

  • February 16 2012 - Shelbyville
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Try the city tax records or the deeds of record office. You can find anything there on any property. Just call the clerks office. They will get you going in the right direction. It's easy. I've done it many, many times.
  • February 18 2012
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Your most efficient route would be to determine the owner through the city clerk's records.
  • February 17 2012
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Tax record which are public information will give you what you're looking for
  • February 16 2012
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Depending on where the house is, you might be able to access public records.  Check out www.netronline.com Each county is different in the information that they display, but you'll probably need the apn number.  You can get this information from the county assessor's office and the phone number to the assessor's office will be located on this site as well.  Good luck! 
  • February 16 2012
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First try and Google the address. If nothing comes up you may need to use a pay service to look it up. Reverse look up on the white pages works just fine.
  • February 16 2012
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Try the city/township clerk or the county where the house is located.
  • February 16 2012
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