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Maine property records are helpful in many ways. You can use them to determine how much your home is worth, research your family history, or keep track of your property taxes.
The Freedom of Access Act (FOAA) guarantees public access to most government records. This means you have the right to request copies of Maine property records from state and local government offices.
To access property records in Maine, you will need to contact the right government office. The best place to start is the county where the property is located.
You can either search for the county office online or look in the government section of your local phone book. Once you have found the right office, you can either visit in person or give them a call to find out how to request records.
InfoTracer makes it accessible and easy for you to access Maine Property Records from the comfort of your own home. This efficient tool scours thousands of government and public records to offer you the most comprehensive background report.
Like in any other state, the amount of information available in Maine property records will vary depending on the county and type of record. However, you can often find:
Some records also include building permit information, blueprints, and prior sale history.
Maine has one of the highest property tax rates, with the average homeowner paying $2,597 per year. Homeowners in Maine pay an average effective property tax rate of 1.30%.
Androscoggin County is the highest property tax collecting county in the state, with an average effective rate of 1.71%. The lowest property tax collecting county is Hancock, where the average effective rate is 1.00%.
To do a Maine property tax records search, you must contact your local county assessor's office. InfoTracer can also assist you in your search and provide you with a comprehensive report.
Maine has 18 Registry of Deeds offices. Below are the contact details for each office:
Androscoggin County Recorder of Deeds
2 Turner Street
Auburn, Maine, 04210
Cumberland County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 7230
Portland, Maine, 04112
Oxford County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 179
South Paris, Maine, 04281
Sagadahoc County Recorder of Deeds
752 High Street
Bath, Maine, 04530
York County Recorder of Deeds
45 Kennebunk Road
Alfred, Maine, 04002
The Registry of Deeds office in the county where the property is located should have records of who owns a property. You can either visit the office in person or call them to find out how to request these records.
InfoTracer can also help you locate Maine property records for easy and quick access.
You can find property details online by visiting the website of the county assessor's office where the property is located. Each county has different information available, but you should be able to find basic details like the owner's name, address, and assessed value.
InfoTracer offers a comprehensive background report that includes all available Maine property records.
Deeds are recorded at the Registry of Deeds office in the county where the property is located in Maine.
The State Treasurer's Office handles all unclaimed property in Maine. You can visit their website or give them a call to find out if any unclaimed property is associated with your name.
InfoTracer also has a database of unclaimed property records that you can search through.