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Kansas Property Records

What are Kansas Property Records?

Kansas property records contain information that will help you determine whether a plot of land or house is worthy of your hard-earned money. Check out the Kansas City property records along with Kansas property tax records, and you'll have a better sense of the annual tax burden for the property, its history of ownership, and other valuable details. Johnson County Kansas property records also reveal information regarding potential financial liabilities related to the property, such as liens and foreclosures.

 

Where to Find Kansas Property Records

The County Clerk's Office's Real Estate Records Department has information about local Kansas real property. Whether you are looking for property characteristics, information about the property's ownership, or the annual taxes, you'll find it at the County Clerk's office. InfoTracer also facilities a quick and easy Kansas property records search with a powerful search engine.

 

What Information Can You Find in Kansas Property Records?

Property records provide a litany of details about local properties. Check out the Johnson County Kansas Property records, and you will find information such as:

  • Property Address Including Street Name
  • Mortgage Information
  • Previous Owners
  • Current Owners
  • Boundaries
  • Ownership History
  • Liens
  • Judgements
  • Town Records
  • Property Taxes

Read through Kansas property records, and you'll also find information about the house's amenities, the number of rooms in the house, construction disputes, etc.

 

Kansas Property Tax Records

Every Kansas property owner is forced to pay property taxes on an annual basis. The town assessor calculates the annual property tax based on the value of the property and the buildings on it. Kansas has an effective real estate tax rate of 1.41%, meaning it ranks 37th out of the 50th states. The state's assessment percentage is 11.5%, meaning the property taxes equate to slightly more than 11% of the appraised value of the home.

It is interesting to note the state's top 10 counties in terms of the highest property tax rates, account for nearly three-quarters of the state's aggregate tax collections. Johnson County has the highest property tax rate in Kansas, with a tax rate of $1,786 per capita. As a point of comparison, the median property tax in Allen County is a mere $781.

 

Kansas Recorder Offices

Kansas property tax records are available at County Recorder offices. Here's a quick look at some of the state's County Recorder offices:

Johnson County, Kansas
Recorder Office Records and Tax Administration
111 South Cherry St, Suite 1200, Olathe, Kansas 66061
8:00am-5:00pm M-F
Phone: (913) 715-0775

Sedgwick County Register of Deeds
525 N Main St, Suite 227, Wichita, Kansas 67203
8:00am-5:00pm M-F
Phone: (316) 660-9400
Wyandotte County, Kansas
Recorder Offices

Wyandotte County Register of Deeds
710 North 7th St, Suite 100, Kansas City, Kansas 66101
8:00am - 5:00pm M-F / Recording until 4:30pm
Phone: (913) 573-2841
Leavenworth County, Kansas
Recorder Offices

Leavenworth County Register of Deeds
300 Walnut St, Leavenworth, Kansas 66048
8:00am-5:00pm M-F
Phone: (913) 684-0425
Lane County, Kansas
Recorder Offices

Lane County Register of Deeds
144 South Lane St / PO Box 805, Dighton, Kansas 67839
8:00 to 12:00 & 1:00 to 5:00 Mon-Fri
Phone: (620) 397-2803

 
 

Frequently Asked Questions About Kansas Property Records

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

The best way to determine the identity of a Kansas property owner is to use InfoTracer's convenient search engine. Alternatively, you can visit the County Recorder's office for more information.

How Do I Find Property Details Online?

InfoTracer's online search engine makes it easy to find out all the details of local properties in Kansas. If you prefer to use a government website, surf the web over to the Kansas County Recorder's website pertaining to the county of the property in question for more information.

Where are Deeds Recorded in Kansas?

The Register of Deeds at local County Recorder Offices store and maintain property records as well as deeds.

How Do I Find Out About Kansas Unclaimed Property?

The Kansas Unclaimed Property website empowers Kansas residents to search for unclaimed property. You can also use InfoTracer's helpful search tool to obtain information about unclaimed property.

Kansas Property Records Search