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Arkansas property records are legal documents that state the owner of property both with and without buildings. Most Arkansas property records are referred to as deeds. The state's property records include information that identifies the property owner including his or her name and the address of the property.
If you are looking for information about property in Arkansas, you will find it at the Circuit Clerk's office. Each county within the state has its own Circuit Clerk website to help facilitate online property records searches. However, you also have the option of visiting the Circuit Clerk's office in the county in question during its hours of operation. InfoTracer is also a good resource for finding Arkansas property records and Arkansas public records.
Deeds, easements, and other instruments related to property in the state of Arkansas are recorded with the Circuit Clerk at the Circuit Clerk's office. If you are considering buying property in Arkansas, be sure to check with the Circuit Clerk to see if there are any tax issues, liens, foreclosures, or other problems with the property you covet.
Arkansas property records are considered public records, meaning they have information available to the general public including but not limited to the following:
Arkansas property records also include information about the property's disputes pertaining to construction, land specifics, building specifics, baths, bedrooms, and more.
Property tax records in Arkansas state the money the city or town in question obtains from the owner of the property for the land and its structures. The tax rate is determined by the town assessor based on the value of the land and the building. Property taxes are affordable in Arkansas, coming in at a mere 0.61%. Only 11 other states have a lower property tax rate than Arkansas.
When looking at Arkansas property records you will find all sorts of interesting information. Examples of counties with property records including information pertaining to property taxes include:
Benton County Circuit Clerk
215 E. Central Ave., Ste. 6, Bentonville, Arkansas 72712
8:30 to 4:30 M-F
Phone: (479) 271-1017
Pulaski Circuit/County Clerk: Real Estate/Recorder Division
401 W Markham St, Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
8:00am to 4:30pm.M-F
Phone: (501) 340-8433
Washington County Circuit Clerk
280 N College, Suite 302, Fayetteville, Arkansas 72702
8:00am to 4:30pm M-F
Phone: (479) 444-1538
Sebastian County Clerk/Recorder
35 S Sixth St, Rm 102, Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901
Phone: (479) 782-5065
Saline Circuit Clerk & Recorder's Office
Courthouse - 200 N Main, Rm 113, Benton, Arkansas 72015
8:00am to 4:30pm M-F
Phone: (501) 303-5615
Faulkner County Circuit Clerk
724 Locust St / PO Box 9, Conway, Arkansas 72034 /72033
8:00am to 4:30pm M-F
Phone: (501) 450-4911
Garland County Circuit Clerk
Courthouse - 501 Ouachita Ave, Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901
Phone: (501) 622-3630
Craighead County Circuit Clerk
511 Main St, Suite 200, Jonesboro, Arkansas 72401
8:00am to 5:00pm M-F
Phone: (870) 933-4530
You can find out the identity of the individual who owns a specific property in Arkansas by visiting the County Clerk's office and conducting a manual search. An Arkansas property records fee might be charged for conducting a search at the local County Clerk's office.
You can also find out the name of an Arkansas property owner at www.ARCountyData.com. Alternatively, you can visit the website of the County Clerk's office where the property is located or use InfoTracer's powerful search engine to find property records in Arkansas.
Arkansas deeds are recorded at the County Clerk's office.
The Arkansas Auditor of State has information about unclaimed property. You can find out more about unclaimed property in Arkansas at the following website: Arkansas State Auditor | Andrea Lea.