Whether you're buying a new home or investment property or are a current homeowner, you'll need to research the property's history. This can be done by accessing North Dakota's public records.
North Dakota FOIA Laws make it easy for residents to access public records since they are considered "open" to the public. This includes property records.
To find North Dakota property records, you can start your search by visiting the county's website where the property is located. Each county has its own website where you can find information on accessing public records.
InfoTracer is a good resource for finding public records such as property records. It is an efficient and user-friendly search engine that can help you find the information you need.
North Dakota property records can give you a lot of information about a property, including:
Looking up North Dakota property records can help you learn more about a property before you buy it, or it can help you find out more about your own property.
North Dakota property tax records show you how much the property owner owes in property taxes and the history of payments made on the property tax bill.
0.99% is the average effective property tax rate in North Dakota, lower than the national average of 1.07%.
Cass County has the highest property tax rate at 1.26%, while Sioux County has the lowest property tax rate at 0.37%.
These are some of the offices where you can find property-related public records in North Dakota:
Burleigh County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 5518
Bismarck, North Dakota, 58506
Cass County Recorder's Office
211 9th Street South
Fargo, North Dakota, 58103
Grand Forks County Recorder
151 South 4th Street
Grand Forks, North Dakota, 58201
Morton County Recorder of Deeds
210 2nd Avenue Northwest
Mandan, North Dakota, 58554
Williams County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 2047
Williston, North Dakota, 58802
The County Recorder's Office can help you find out who owns a property in North Dakota.
InfoTracer is also a good resource for finding property ownership information.
To find property details online, you can start by visiting the website of the county where the property is located. Each county has its own website where you can find information on accessing public records.
If you want to find property records for multiple counties, InfoTracer can help you do that quickly and easily.
Deeds are recorded in the office of the County Recorder. Requirements for recording a deed vary by county, so you'll need to check with the recorder's office in the county where you plan to record the deed.
The Department of Trust Lands manages North Dakota's unclaimed property program. You can search for unclaimed property on the Department of Trust Lands website.
InfoTracer can also help with your search for unclaimed property.