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Mississippi Property Records

What are Mississippi Property Records?

There are many reasons why you might need to access Mississippi property records. Perhaps you're considering buying a home in the state and want to research the history of the property, or you might be a landlord who needs to check on a prospective tenant's background.

Whatever your reason for needing access to these records, property records are a matter of public record in Mississippi and can be accessed by anyone.


Where to Find Mississippi Property Records

If you're interested in accessing Mississippi property records, there are a few different ways to do it.

One option is to visit the county courthouse in person and request the records from the clerk's office. Another option is to search for the documents online.

If you are like most people who want to access these records quickly and conveniently, InfoTracer's online public records search is the best option.

InfoTracer has a database that includes information from all 50 states, so you can be sure to find the property records you're looking for.


What Information Can You Find in Mississippi Property Records?

When you access Mississippi property records, you can expect to find a wealth of information.

Here are just a few of the things you'll be able to learn from these records:

  • The purchase price of the property
  • The names of the previous and current owners
  • Property tax records
  • Zoning information
  • Permits and inspections associated with the property
  • Town description
  • Property features

All of this information can be helpful when you're trying to learn more about a property in Mississippi that you're interested in.


Mississippi Property Tax Records

The state of Mississippi has one of the lowest property tax rates in the country. The average effective property tax rate in Mississippi is just 0.79%.

Hinds County has the highest property tax rate in the state, at 1.05%, while the lowest property tax rate can be found in Smith County, at just 0.55%.

If you're interested in accessing Mississippi property tax records, the best place to start is with your county assessor's office.

InfoTracer's online public records search can be a helpful tool for a Mississippi property tax records search. With InfoTracer, you can be sure to find the Mississippi property tax records you're looking for quickly and easily.


Mississippi Registry of Deeds Offices

There is a registry of deeds office in each county in Mississippi. These offices are responsible for maintaining all property-related records for the county.

Below are the addresses and contact information for registry of deeds offices in some of the largest counties in Mississippi:

Desoto County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 949
Hernando, Mississippi, 38632
Phone: 662-469-8006
Fax: 662-469-8308

Harrison County Chancery Clerk
730 Drive Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
Biloxi, Mississippi, 39530
Phone: 228-435-8220
Fax: 228-435-8292

Hinds County Recorder of Deeds
316 South President Street
Jackson, Mississippi, 39201
Phone: 601-968-6508
Fax: 601-354-6961

Lafayette County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 1240
Oxford, Mississippi, 38655
Phone: 662-234-2131
Fax: 662-234-5038

Lamar County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 247
Purvis, Mississippi, 39475
Phone: 601-794-8504
Fax: 601-794-3192


Frequently Asked Questions About Mississippi Property Records

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

If you're interested in finding out who owns a property in Mississippi, the best place to start is with the county assessor's office or the county chancery clerk.

You can also search for the records online using InfoTracer.

How Do I Find Property Details Online?

Some counties in Mississippi have property records available online. However, not all counties make these records readily available.

The best way to find property details online is to use InfoTracer's online public records search.

Where are Deeds Recorded in Mississippi?

The County Chancery Clerk is responsible for recording all deeds in Mississippi.

How Do I Find Out About Mississippi Unclaimed Property?

The State Treasury is responsible for managing all unclaimed property in Mississippi.

InfoTracer also has access to unclaimed property records in the state.

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