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Oklahoma Property Records

What are Oklahoma Property Records?

Oklahoma is a great state to live in, with plenty of history and natural beauty. The Sooner State is filled with small towns and friendly people. Oklahoma is known for its extensive Native American population and as a hub of country music and rodeos.

Oklahoma property records are either kept by the County Assessor's office or the County Clerk's office. The Assessor is responsible for valuing all property in the county for tax purposes. At the same time, the County Clerk keeps most of the legal records, including deeds and mortgages.


Where to Find Oklahoma Property Records

As mentioned above, the best place to start your search for Oklahoma property records is the County Assessor's office or the County Clerk's office. For instance, if you need to do a Tulsa County property search, contact the Tulsa County Assessor or Registry of Deeds.

Oklahoma land records can also be found online through InfoTracer. This website provides a wealth of information on all public records, including property records.


What Information Can You Find in Oklahoma Property Records?

Below are some examples of the type of information you can find in Oklahoma property records:

  • The ownership history of a property
  • The value of a property
  • The taxes paid on a property
  • Any mortgages or liens on a property
  • Permits and inspections for a property

This information depends on the type of property records you are looking for. For instance, ownership history is typically found in Oklahoma deed records, while the value of a property is located in assessment records.


Oklahoma Property Tax Records

Oklahoma's average effective property tax rate is 0.87%, which is lower than the national average of 1.07%.

Cleveland County has the highest property tax rate in Oklahoma, at 1.16%. The county with the lowest property tax rate is Harmon County, at 0.54%.

If you need to access Oklahoma property tax records, you can contact the County Assessor's office in the county where the property is located.


Oklahoma Registry of Deeds Offices

These are the addresses and contact information for the Registry of Deeds offices in Oklahoma:

Cleveland County Recorder of Deeds
201 South Jones Avenue
Norman, Oklahoma, 73069
Phone: 405-366-0240
Fax: 405-366-0229

Oklahoma County Recorder of Deeds
320 Robert S Kerr Avenue
Oklahoma, Oklahoma, 73102
Phone: 405-713-1540
Fax: 405-713-2241

Rogers County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 1210
Claremore, Oklahoma, 74018
Phone: 918-923-4796
Fax: 918-923-4432

Tulsa County Recorder of Deeds
500 South Denver Avenue
Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74103
Phone: 918-596-5801
Fax: 918-596-5819

Wagoner County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 156
Wagoner, Oklahoma, 74477
Phone: 918-485-2216
Fax: 918-485-7709


Frequently Asked Questions About Oklahoma Property Records

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

The best way to find out who owns a property in Oklahoma is to contact the County Assessor's office or the County Clerk's office. You can also search for this information online through InfoTracer.

How Do I Find Property Details Online?

Most counties in Oklahoma do not have their property records available online.

If you will do a Cleveland county property search, the best way to access this information is by visiting InfoTracer.

Where are Deeds Recorded in Oklahoma?

Deeds are recorded at the county level in Oklahoma. You will need to contact the County Recorder's office in the county where the property is located.

How Do I Find Out About Oklahoma Unclaimed Property?

The Oklahoma State Treasurer's office manages unclaimed property in the state.

If you need to search for unclaimed property online, InfoTracer has a database where you can search for this information.

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