Contact the County Assessors office where you live. Property records are public information (to some extent). Some Assessors Offices have the information online, searchable by address or parcel ID number. With others you might have to physically go to the Assessors office and look it up.
You can also go to the local Tax Collectors web site and look it up there or call them and ask how to access their information.
Well assuming the pony already has an owner, it can be sold to another owner, or donated to a equine rescue where they will re-home it. If the pony is feral it would most likely be rounded up and auctioned off to a new owner.
You would not be able to sell the home without the owner knowing, but unless your mortagage includes a clause forbidding it, you could rent the home to another party.
call their contacts
You can find affordable home owner's insurance online at the Geico website. Alternatively, you can also find affordable home owner's insurance from companies such as Nationwide and Progressive.
You can ask an owner, or you can go to the local hall of records and find the name of the land owner. Most home owner associations are non-profit corporations, and are listed with the state, in the Secretary of State's office of records.
The Gosselins bought their new home from another owner in 2008.
Buying a home from owner is the best deal, many real estate companies will also help you to find good home and directly deal with the owner. Visit samwinter.com for homes for sale in Mobile,Al.
Ask the owner of the car?
If the home is permanently attached to the real estate (not a mobile home) then the owner of the real estate owns the home. if you build a home on another person's land, they own it. Perhaps the owner would allow you to move the structure. However, you would need to restore the land to its natural state.
www.forleasebyowner.com is a good site to check. They have a lot of listings.
Yes, sadly, it is if AOL can not find another owner soon.