How can I look at assessed value for a specific property?

In Market Conditions - Asked by Richard B. - Oct 18, 2008
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Juan G.
Ontario, CA

You can personally go into your county office and ask for the assessors office and tell them your purpose at which point they can either do it for you or show you how to use their computers provided for the public. My county in California has a website where you can look them up, go to and use some of the following keywords; (your county), tax assesor.

Oct 22, 2008
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Glen W.
Lender/Mortgage Broker
Atlanta, GA

Each county is unique. Google the county name and then assessor. Most mid/large counties have their records online. This information is very easily accessible. Or many times you can call a local realtor or appraiser and they can get this information relatively quickly

Nov 18, 2008
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Phil B.
Wilmington, NC

the County GIS also often lists assessed values for both the land and improvements.

Dec 13, 2008
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Chris S.
Coeur D'alene, ID

Every county is different. Some publish the figures online and its readily available. Others you need to go in person. Some will not release the information.
Once good source in most areas is the local title insurance company.
Regardless, assessed value is not the same as market value. In some markets, it may be close but it's not the same.

Jan 16, 2009
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