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Georgia Property Records

What are Georgia Property Records?

Property records in Georgia are considered public records available to be accessed by anyone. The Superior Court Clerk maintains Georgia property records in each county. The Georgia Open Records Act allows members of the public to request property records and other public records such as vital records from the state.

These free public property records in Georgia are particularly useful for potential homeowners and real estate investors who want to know more about a property before making an offer. Current homeowners can also use them to keep track of their home's value and see how it has changed over time.


Where to Find Georgia Property Records

There are several ways to access property records in Georgia. Many county websites provide online databases where you can search for property records by owner name, parcel number, or address.

You can also visit the Superior Court Clerk's office in person to request copies of public records such as Georgia property tax records and property deeds.

If you have trouble finding the information you need, you can use the services of a professional property records search company like InfoTracer.

InfoTracer has access to a wide range of public records, including Georgia property records, and can help you find the information you need quickly and easily.


What Information Can You Find in Georgia Property Records?

Some of the critical pieces of information you can find in Georgia property records include:

  • Property description, including lot and block numbers
  • The ownership history of the property
  • Tax assessments and other tax information
  • Deed information, such as details about previous owners
  • Information about any liens or mortgages on the property
  • Information about any past or pending legal disputes related to the property
  • Zoning information, such as any restrictions or zoning changes
  • Town details and descriptions
  • Building Permits

There is also other information that you can find in Georgia property records, such as appraisals, construction details, and geospatial data. This information is crucial for potential house buyers and investors who want to understand everything there is to know about a property before making an offer.
Homeowners can also use Georgia property records to keep track of their home's value over time and understand how it may change in the future.


Georgia Property Tax Records

Like most of the United States, property taxes in Georgia are based on the property's value. The tax assessor in each county is responsible for calculating the value of the taxable property and issuing tax bills.

All property in Georgia is taxed at an assessment rate of 40% of its total value. The average tax rate in Georgia is 0.87%, which ranks the 27th highest in the country. Compared to other states, the property tax rate in Georgia is relatively low.

Fulton County has the highest property tax rate in the state, at 1.00%. Meanwhile, Treutlen County has the lowest property tax rate at 0.81%.

To learn more about property taxes in Georgia or to access your property records online, visit the website of your local county assessor or auditor's office.


Georgia Registry of Deeds Offices

There are 159 counties in Georgia, and each one has its own Registry of Deeds office. The primary function of these offices is to provide the public with access to recorded documents, such as property deeds, mortgages, and liens.

These offices record all property transactions in the state of Georgia, and information such as sale prices, descriptions of the properties, names of past and current owners, and more can all be found here.

Here is some information on some of the Registry of Deeds offices in popular Georgia counties:

Dekalb County Recorder of Deeds
556 North McDonough Street
Decatur, Georgia, 30030
Phone: 404-371-2836
Fax: 404-371-3273

Columbia County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 2930
Evans, Georgia, 30809
Phone: 706-312-7139
Fax: 706-312-7152

Clayton County Recorder of Deeds
9151 Tara Boulevard
Jonesboro, Georgia, 30236
Phone: 770-477-3395

Chatham County Clerk of Superior Court
133 Montgomery Street
Savannah, Georgia, 31401
Phone: 912-652-7200
Fax: 912-652-7380

Quitman County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 307
Georgetown, Georgia, 39854
Phone: 229-334-2578
Fax: 229-334-3991

Fulton County Recorder of Deeds
136 Pryor Street Southwest
Atlanta, Georgia, 30303
Phone: 404-613-5313

Liberty County Recorder of Deeds
201 South Main Street Extension
Hinesville, Georgia, 31313
Phone: 912-876-3625
Fax: 912-876-7394

Effingham County Recorder of Deeds
700 North Pine Street
Springfield, Georgia, 31329
Phone: 912-754-2118

Beaufort County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 1197
Beaufort, South Carolina, 29901
Phone: 843-255-2555
Fax: 843-255-9439

Forsyth County Recorder of Deeds
100 Courthouse Square
Cumming, Georgia, 30040
Phone: 770-781-2120
Fax: 770-886-2858

Houston County Recorder of Deeds
201 Perry Parkway
Perry, Georgia, 31069
Phone: 478-218-4720
Fax: 478-218-4745


Frequently Asked Questions About Georgia Property Records

How Do I Find Out Who Owns a Property in Georgia?

The best way to find out who owns a property in Georgia is to search the records at your local Registry of Deeds office. Most have a free online searchable database that can be used to look up property information and detailed records of past and current owners.

However, some counties do not have this information available online. You may need to visit the office in person or request copies of records by mail.

You can also use InfoTracer, a public records database, to search for property information in Georgia.

How Do I Find Property Details Online?

Online searchable databases for Georgia property records are maintained by each county's Registry of Deeds office. The best way to find detailed property information online is to visit the website of your local Registry of Deeds.

In some cases, you may need to create an account and log in to access certain records or features. However, most counties provide basic property information for free, and some offer advanced search capabilities.

InfoTracer also has a comprehensive database of property-related records in Georgia, where you can find information on property deeds, liens, and more.

Where are Deeds Recorded in Georgia?

In each county, the Clerk of Superior Court is the official custodian of deeds and other property records in Georgia.

All deeds are considered public records, and anyone can request copies of records from the Clerk's office.

How Do I Find Out About Georgia Unclaimed Property?

The Georgia Department of Revenue is responsible for handling all unclaimed property in the state. You can search for unclaimed property online on the Department's website.

Take note that you will need to provide additional details such as your social security number, company name, and FEIN to begin a search. A claim form must also be completed and submitted to the Department for processing.

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