I work for the Tresurer/Tax Collector's Office in Santa Barbara County. In our county, all you have to do is call or come in to the office and give us the individual's name. We have a database that can pull up all that information simply by first and last name. It only pulls up property held withing the county, though. In California, this is considered "public information" and is easy to obtain. Good luck to you... I hope this info is helpful.
Property tax information is available at county courthouses. There is some information available on line at the state's website.
One can hire a property appraiser in Volusia county by looking at the local yellow pages for the information on the established property appraiser in the community.
Citrus County property appraiser offer assessment, appraisal and exemptions. Citrus County is located in the state of Florida. The appraiser would assist in obtaining property ownership information.
There are different places to find information about the Collier Country Property Appraiser. The sites CollierAppraiser and CollierClerk both have information about this process.
Find out what county the property is in and look up land records/property records for that county via a GOOGLE search.
Assuming the property is real estate, this information is available from the county recorder of deeds. The recorder of deeds is usually located in the county courthouse. It is also possible to obtain the information online if the recorder's office provides that service.
The Lake County Property Appraiser website has great information on the Lake properties in Nebraska and California. They have great price listings for anyone who needs to find some fun in the lakes.
The Broward County Property Appraiser's official websites offers maps, downloadable property tax forms, information for homeowners on how to avoid foreclosure on their home, and much more.
Property records can usually be accessed by the city or county site where the property is located. That information can be typically found for free. More secure information like birth and marriage certificate information is typically not free to the public.
You can check at the county courthouse in the county where the property is located.
It depends on the property, the law in that jurisdiction, the amount of taxes owed and the disposition of the property at the County Tax Assessor's office. If you are aware of such a property, contact the County Assessor for information.
I don't know if you still have a question about property taxes but here is some information about Illinois property taxes. In Illinois, each County has a Supervisor of Assessments Office. Property taxes are based on the assessed value of a property. In order to determine if the taxes are the same for each County, I would suggest that you research a property in each County valued about the same or call each Assessor's Office and ask what the property tax rate is in each of the Counties. Attached is a website link for all of the Illinois County assessor records. Using the website you can access both online information and contact information. Depending on how you want to research the issue, you'll have the links that you need.