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Rhode Island is a state located in the New England region of the United States. Rhode Island is the smallest state in land area, but it is the second-most densely populated state. The state capital and largest city are Providence.
The county government of Rhode Island is responsible for maintaining accurate property records. Rhode Island property records are public information, and anyone can request copies of these records from the county government offices.
Rhode Island has five counties, each county governing its property records.
The easiest way to request Rhode Island property records is to visit the county government's website where the property is located. Each county has a dedicated website where you can find information on how to request property records.
InfoTracer is a website that provides public records search services. You can use InfoTracer to search for Rhode Island property records if you want a hassle-free option.
Property records can contain a lot of helpful information. Here are some of the things that you can find in Rhode Island property records:
This information can be useful if you are thinking of buying a property in the state or if you want to find out more about a property that you already own.
Rhode Island has one of the highest effective property tax rates in the United States. The average effective property tax rate in Rhode Island is 1.53%.
Providence County has the highest property tax rate in Rhode Island, with an average effective property tax rate of 1.79% with a median annual property tax bill of $4,299.
Meanwhile, Newport County has the lowest property tax rate in Rhode Island, with an average effective property tax rate of 1.22%.
To search for Rhode Island property tax records, InfoTracer is a good option. You can use the website to find property tax records for any property in the state.
There are several Registry of Deeds offices in Rhode Island where you can find property records.
Bristol County Recorder of Deeds
514 Main Street
Warren, Rhode Island, 02885
Kent County Recorder of Deeds
3275 Post Road
Warwick, Rhode Island, 02886
Newport County Recorder of Deeds
343 Highland Road
Tiverton, Rhode Island, 02878
Providence County Recorder of Deeds
2000 Smith Street
Providence, Rhode Island, 02911
Washington County Recorder of Deeds
80 Boston Neck Road
North Kingstown, Rhode Island, 02852
The easiest way to find out who owns a property in Rhode Island is to request a copy of the property records from the county government office where the property is located.
For instance, the nearest county government office can request Washington County Rhode Island property records.
You can also use InfoTracer to search for property ownership information.
InfoTracer is the best website to use if you want to find property details online. You can use the website to search for Rhode Island property records and get detailed information on any property in the state.
Deeds are recorded in the Registry of Deeds office for the county where the property is located.
The Office of the General Treasurer of Rhode Island manages unclaimed property in the state.
InfoTracer can also help you search for unclaimed property in Rhode Island.