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Minnesota property records are public information. Property owners, lien holders, and other interested parties can request copies of these records from the county assessor or recorder's office.
The Minnesota Data Practices Act provides that most government data is public unless classified by statute. Anyone can request government data, and the government must provide it unless there is a specific reason to withhold the information.
Each county in Minnesota has a county recorder and a county assessor. The recorder is responsible for recording all real estate transactions. At the same time, the assessor determines the property's value for tax purposes.
If you are looking for property records, you can start by contacting the recorder's office in the county where the property is located. The recorder will have a history of all sales and transfers of ownership and any mortgages or liens on the property.
InfoTracer, an online public records search service, can also help you locate Minnesota property records.
Minnesota property records can provide a wealth of information about a property, such as its owner, value, and sale history. They can also reveal any liens or mortgages on the property.
These are just some of the things you can learn from Minnesota property records:
This information can vary depending on the county. Still, in general, you can find out a lot about a property by looking at its records.
Minnesota property tax records, as mentioned above, are managed by the county assessor. The assessor's office can provide you with information about the value of the property and any taxes that are owed on it.
Minnesota's average effective property tax rate is 1.08%, which is slightly higher than the national average of 1.07%.
Hennepin County, which includes the city of Minneapolis, has the highest property taxes in the state, with an average effective rate of 1.28%. In contrast, Kittson County has the lowest property taxes, with an average effective rate of 1.03%.
Below are the addresses and contact information for the registry of deeds offices in Minnesota's most populous counties:
Dakota County Recorder of Deeds
1590 Highway 55
Hastings, Minnesota, 55033
Hennepin County Recorder of Deeds
300 South 6th Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55487
Olmsted County Recorder of Deeds
151 4th Street Southeast
Rochester, Minnesota, 55904
Scott County Recorder of Deeds
200 4th Avenue West
Shakopee, Minnesota, 55379
Washington County Recorder of Deeds
14949 62nd Street North
Stillwater, Minnesota, 55082
You need to know the county where the property is located and then contact the county recorder. The recorder's office will have a record of all sales and transfers of ownership.
You can also try searching at InfoTracer to get all the information you need about a property in one place.
To search for records, you may contact or visit the recorder's office in the county where the property is located.
You can also try searching at InfoTracer, an online public records search service that may have the information you need.
Deeds are recorded at the office of the county recorder. You'll need to know the county where the property is located and contact the recorder's office.
The Minnesota Commerce Department handles unclaimed property in the state. You can search for unclaimed property on their website.
InfoTracer also has a database of unclaimed property across the United States, including Minnesota.