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New York Property Records

What are New York Property Records?

New York property records are public records that anyone can access. The information contained in these records can be used to determine ownership of property and any liens or encumbrances against the property.

As with any public record, there are specific steps that must be taken to obtain these records. Since New York property records are maintained at the county level, the first step is to determine which county the property is located in. Once this has been determined, the county clerk's office can obtain the records for you.

These records are helpful to potential buyers or sellers of property and real estate professionals. By searching these records, it is possible to obtain information on past sales of a particular property and any outstanding liens or mortgages.


Where to Find New York Property Records

Many portals offer access to New York property records. However, it is vital to use a reputable source to ensure the accuracy of the information. The following websites offer free searchable databases of New York property records:

  • Automated City Register Information System (ACRIS): This website is maintained by the New York City Department of Finance. It offers access to property records from 1996 in all five boroughs of New York City. Property records before 1996 are not recorded in this system.
  • NYCityMap: This website is maintained by the New York City Department of City Planning. It offers an interactive map of all five boroughs and the ability to search for specific properties.

For other counties such as Staten Island, Westchester, and Nassau, it is necessary to visit the specific county clerk's office website to access property records. You can also utilize InfoTracer's property records search tool to find information on any property in the state of New York.


What Information Can You Find in New York Property Records?

New York property records contain a wealth of information for anyone interested in buying or selling property in the state. These records can be used to find out the following information:

  • Names of the current and past owners of the property
  • The address of the property
  • The assessed value of the property
  • The date of the last sale
  • Any outstanding liens or mortgages against the property
  • Size and dimensions of the property
  • Zoning classification of the property
  • Property tax history
  • Building permit history
  • Other pertinent information

These records can be beneficial in determining the fair market value of a property and any potential problems that may exist with the property.

Moreover, by searching through New York property records, it is possible to find information on properties that have been foreclosed on or are in the process of foreclosure. This can be useful for anyone interested in purchasing a property at a discount.


New York Property Tax Records

New York is one of the highest-taxed states in the nation, and property taxes are no exception. Real estate taxes in New York are imposed at the local level and vary depending on the property's municipality.

However, the state's average tax rate is 1.72% of the assessed value of the property. For example, if a property is assessed at $100,000, the owner can expect to pay $1,720 in property taxes.

Westchester and Rockland counties have the highest property tax rates in the state, with an average rate of 1.89% and 2.30%. On the other hand, Kings County has the lowest property tax rate in New York, with an average rate of 0.66%.


New York Registry of Deeds Offices

The New York State Office of the City Register maintains records for all five boroughs (Manhattan, Queens, Bronx, Staten Island, and Brooklyn) of New York City.

For the counties of Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, and other counties outside of New York City, it is necessary to visit the county clerk's office website to access property records.

The following is a list of various county clerk's office websites where New York property records can be accessed:

Albany County Recorder of Deeds
16 Eagle Street
Albany, New York, 12207
Phone: 518-487-5100
Fax: 518-487-5099

Saratoga County Recorder of Deeds
40 Mc Master Street
Ballston Spa, New York, 12020
Phone: 518-885-2213
Fax: 518-884-4726

Nassau County Recorder of Deeds
240 Old Country Road
Mineola, New York, 11501
Phone: 516-571-1444

Erie County Recorder of Deeds
92 Franklin Street
Buffalo, New York, 14202
Phone: 716-858-8865
Fax: 716-858-6550

Queens County Recorder of Deeds
144-06 94th Avenue
Jamaica, New York, 11435
Phone: 718-298-7200
Fax: 718-298-7153

Westchester County Recorder of Deeds
110 Dr.Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
White Plains, New York, 10601
Phone: 914-995-3080
Fax: 914-285-9005

Orange County Recorder of Deeds
4 Glenmere Cove Road
Goshen, New York, 10924
Phone: 845-291-2690
Fax: 845-291-2691

Essex County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 247
Elizabethtown, New York, 12932
Phone: 518-873-3601
Fax: 518-873-3548

Rockland County Recorder of Deeds
1 South Main Street
New City, New York, 10956
Phone: 845-638-5070
Fax: 845-638-5647

Delaware County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 426
Delhi, New York, 13753
Phone: 607-746-2123
Fax: 607-746-6924

Columbia County Recorder of Deeds
560 Warren Street
Hudson, New York, 12534
Phone: 518-828-3339
Fax: 518-828-5299

Putnam County Recorder of Deeds
40 Gleneida Avenue
Carmel, New York, 10512
Phone: 845-808-1142
Fax: 845-228-0231


Frequently Asked Questions About New York Property Records

How Do I Find Out Who Owns a Property in New York?

If you want to find out who owns a property in New York, you can search the county's public records in which the property is located. The county clerk's office will have records of all properties in the county, including the owner's name and contact information.

For the five boroughs of New York City, ACRIS (the Automated City Register Information System) is the best place to search for property ownership information for recorded deeds from 1996 to the present day.

You can also use InfoTracer to conduct a property ownership search. InfoTracer's database includes information from public records, such as deed transfers and property tax records.

How Do I Find Property Details Online?

To find property details online in New York, you can either search through each county's database or visit their respective offices to get the information in person.

To conduct a search, you need to have basic information about the property, such as the address or parcel number. InfoTracer also has property records search feature that can be used to find information about a property in New York.

Where are Deeds Recorded in New York?

The New York City Register's Office is responsible for recording all deeds for properties located in the city. Each county has its own recorder's office for the rest of the state, where deeds are recorded.

The majority of the land records in each county are available to the general public and may be looked up or copied at their office.

How Do I Find Out About New York Unclaimed Property?

The Office of the New York State Comptroller is responsible for managing unclaimed property in the state of New York. This includes the money and other assets that owners have abandoned.

You can search for unclaimed property on their website by entering your name or a business name. If you have any questions, you can also call their office at 1-800-221-9311 from Mondays to Fridays, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.

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