How do I find the APN for my property?
Find Your APN To find your home’s APN, go to your local county assessor’s office website and search for your address. There you can see information regarding your APN, lot size, home type, property tax history, and sale price history. Redfin also shows sold home APNs under Public Facts on the property details page.
How do I get my California property tax statement?
You may request a bill via our online payment system or call (951) 955-3900. You may also obtain a bill in person at one of our office locations. Again, it is your responsibility to obtain your annual tax bill.
How do I find the owner of a property in Los Angeles?
To trace the ownership history of a property (from 1850 on), contact the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk in-person, or for a fee by mail or online. They do not do requests by phone. When researching, you will need to have the name of either the grantee or grantor—there is no look-up by address.
How do I find my California assessor parcel number?
You can locate your parcel number on your valuation notice, tax bill, deed, or by calling our office at (916) 875-0700.
How do I find property lines in California?
Visit the county recorder’s office or the assessor’s office. Ask what maps are available for public viewing that include your neighborhood and street. Request a copy of any maps that show clear dimensions of your property lines. Use the maps for reference when measuring your property’s total boundary line on each side.
How do I get a copy of my Los Angeles property tax bill?
For a copy of the original Secured Property Tax Bill, please email us at [email protected], be sure to list your AIN and use the phrase “Duplicate Bill” in the subject line or call us at 888.807. 2111 or 213.974. 2111, press 1, 2, and then press 9 to reach an agent Monday – Friday, 8:00a.
Is the town of Los Gatos responsible for the accuracy of the map?
The Town of Los Gatos believes that it has used the best information available in the compilation and construction of the map layers and/or in the corresponding database. However, the Town shall not be held responsible for the accuracy, suitability or correctness of the data or for the intended use to which such information.
Is the county assessor an elected official?
The County Assessor is an elected official and is governed by the California Constitution, the laws passed by the Legislature, and the rules adopted by the State Board of Equalization. For online assistance, use the quick links below. Producing and delivering an assessment roll by July 1 of each year
Is the Contra Costa County Assessor elected or appointed?
Welcome to the Contra Costa County Assessor’s Office. The County Assessor is an elected official and is governed by the California Constitution, the laws passed by the Legislature, and the rules adopted by the State Board of Equalization.