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Like most states, Nevada has a series of laws known as the Nevada Public Records Act (NPRA) that states all government records are available to the public unless they are specifically exempt. These laws also state that any person has the right to access, inspect, and obtain copies of public records, with some exceptions.
Property records in Nevada are kept by the county recorder in the county where the property is located. Property records usually include ownership information, property tax records, and property maps.
The easiest way to find Nevada property records is by contacting the county recorder where the property is located. Here, you can request to inspect and obtain copies of public records.
InfoTracer is one of the largest and most trusted online public records databases. Property records in Nevada can be found by searching InfoTracer's extensive database.
Property records in Nevada generally include the following types of information:
Some information varies by county, but the above list is general information found in most property records in Nevada.
The state has one of the lowest property tax rates in the country. The average effective property tax rate in Nevada is 0.53%.
Douglas County has the highest property tax rate at 0.60%, while White Pine County has the lowest property tax rate at 0.59%.
To search for property tax records in Nevada, you will need to contact the county assessor's office in the county where the property is located. InfoTracer also has a database of property tax records that you can access.
The Nevada Registry of Deeds is the office responsible for recording and maintaining property-related documents in the state of Nevada.
Clark County Recorder's Office
500 South Grand Central Parkway
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89155
Douglas County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 218
Minden, Nevada, 89423
Elko County Recorder of Deeds
571 Idaho Street
Elko, Nevada, 89801
Lincoln County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 218
Pioche, Nevada, 89043
Pershing County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 736
Lovelock, Nevada, 89419
When trying to discover the owner of a property in Nevada, start with the county recorder's office. You may also use InfoTracer's property records database to look for answers.
You can contact the county recorder in the county where the property is located to inspect and obtain copies of public records.
For convenience and speed, you may also search for Nevada property records online in InfoTracer.
Each county in Nevada has a recorder of deeds office where property-related documents are recorded and maintained.
The Nevada State Treasurer's Office is responsible for abandoned and unclaimed property in the state of Nevada.
You may visit their website or contact them to start your search. InfoTracer also has a national database of unclaimed property records that you can access.