Connecticut property records contain information pertaining to property taxes, deeds, mortgages, titles, and more. Connecticut property records are available to the public to provide information about local residential and commercial property including the structures built on the land. The information pertaining to the property is listed on the property deed, regardless of whether that property has structures or is barren. A new deed is filed at the time of the property's closing.
If you are considering the purchase of property in Connecticut, look at Connecticut property deeds for information about previous or current foreclosures, liens on the property, unpaid property taxes, etc.
Connecticut real property records are maintained and recorded at the Town Clerk's office of each property's respective municipality. Connecticut has a Land Registry, more formally referred to as the Public Use and Benefit Land Registry, that functions as a pilot portal to empower users to search through state lands, identify property owners and obtain additional information pertaining to parcels of land, land management plans, surveys, and deeds. InfoTracer also has a powerful search engine that makes it easy to find information about Connecticut property records.
If you are considering buying land in Connecticut, be sure to review the property record beforehand. Property records feature information such as:
Search through Connecticut property records and you will find additional details including the mailing address of the homeowner, the property's number of bathrooms, number of bedrooms, information pertaining to construction disputes, details of mortgages, and more.
Connecticut property is valuable and taxed at a comparably high rate. Homeowners in Connecticut have a tax rate of 2.14%, making property in the state higher-taxed than all but for two other states in the country.
Property records in Connecticut contain a considerable amount of information that help tell the story of local land and buildings. Examples of the state's recorders offices where you can find out more about property records and Connecticut property tax records include:
Fairfield County CT Town Clerk
Old Town Hall - 611 Old Post Rd, Fairfield, Connecticut 06824
8:30 to 4:30 M-F
Phone: (203) 256-3090
Hartford Town and City Clerk
550 Main St, Hartford, Connecticut 06103
Mon-Fri 8:15 to 4:45
Phone: (860) 757-9749
Litchfield Town Clerk
74 West St / PO Box 488, Litchfield, Connecticut 06759
Mon-Fri 9:00 to 4:30
Phone: (860) 567-7561
New Haven City/Town Clerk
200 Orange St, New Haven, Connecticut 06510
Mon-Fri 9:00 to 5:00 / Recording until 4:00
Phone: (203) 946-8346
New London City Clerk
181 State St, New London, Connecticut 06320
Mon-Fri 8:30 to 4:00 / Recording until 3:45
Phone: (860) 447-5204
Tolland Town Clerk
Hicks Memorial Municipal Center - 21 Tolland Green, 5th Level , Tolland, Connecticut 06084
Mon-Wed 8:00 to 4:30; Thu 8:00 to 7:30; Fri closed
Phone: (860) 871-3630
Windham Town Clerk
Town Hall - 979 Main St / PO Box 94, Willimantic, Connecticut 06226
Mon-Wed 8:00 to 5:00; Thu 8:00 to 7:30; Fri 8:00 to 12:00
Phone: (860) 465-3013
The local Town Clerk's office has information about property owners in Connecticut. Connecticut Town Clerks charge a dollar per land record page and $2 for each certified page.
You can search for property ownership information online through InfoTracer or the Town Clerk's website. However, some Town Clerk offices in Connecticut do not have websites. Larger cities like Stamford CT do have their own sites where you can search for records.
Connecticut deeds are recorded at local Town Clerks' offices.
The Connecticut Unclaimed Property Division, located online at Unclaimed Property Overview (ct.gov), has information about unclaimed property. InfoTracer is another invaluable resource for finding information pertaining to unclaimed property.