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South Dakota is a great place to live. The state has a lot to offer, from great schools to beautiful scenery, and wonderful weather.
Property records are public information in South Dakota, and they are available to anyone who wants to access them.
The best place to start your search for South Dakota property records is the Register of Deeds Office in the county where the property is located.
Each county has its own office, and you can find contact information for each one on the respective county websites.
If you want to have access immediately, InfoTracer is an excellent option. With just a few clicks, you can have the information you need.
When you access South Dakota property records, you'll be able to find a wealth of information about the property and the people who own it.
Here are some of the things you can learn from these records:
You can use this information to learn more about a property you're interested in purchasing or keep tabs on your property.
The effective average property tax rate in South Dakota is 1.22%, higher than the national average of 1.07%.
Lincoln County has the highest property tax rate in the state, at 1.36%. The lowest property tax rate is in Ziebach County, at 0.98%.
To look up property tax records in South Dakota, you'll need to contact the county assessor's office in the county where the property is located.
The South Dakota Register of Deeds Office is responsible for recording, preserving, and maintaining all real estate-related documents for the state.
Below are the contact details for the Register of Deeds Office in some of the state's most populous counties:
Aurora County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 397
Plankinton, South Dakota, 57368
Codington County Recorder of Deeds
14 1st Avenue Southeast
Watertown, South Dakota, 57201
Jackson County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 248
Kadoka, South Dakota, 57543
Minnehaha County Recorder of Deeds
415 North Dakota Avenue
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 57104
Yankton County Recorder of Deeds
321 West 3rd Street
Yankton, South Dakota, 57078
The best way to do a South Dakota property records search is to start with the Register of Deeds Office in the county where the property is located.
InfoTracer can also be a helpful resource. The search engine tool can help you find the owner's name, address, and contact information.
South Dakota has no central online database for property records. However, each county has its own website to find contact information for the Register of Deeds Office.
InfoTracer can also help you find property details easily.
Like most states, deeds in South Dakota are recorded at the county level. You'll need to contact the Register of Deeds Office in the relevant county to record a deed.
The South Dakota Treasurer's Office manages the state's unclaimed property.
InfoTracer has access to a national unclaimed property database, which can help you locate any unclaimed property owed to you.