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If you are purchasing a home or property in Utah, you will want to ensure that you have access to the Utah Property Records. This will give you information on the previous owner of the property and any liens or judgments against the property.
Utah County land records are considered public information, and as such, anyone can access them. However, there are some restrictions on how this information can be used.
Like most states in the US, Utah keeps property records at the county level. This means that to access records for a specific property, you will need to know the county in which it is located.
The best way to search for Utah Property Records is by inquiring at the county recorder's office in person or contacting them via phone or email.
For quick access, InfoTracer has compiled a database of Utah property records, including information on previous owners, liens, judgments, and other valuable data.
Property records can contain a wealth of information on a property and its owner.
Some of the most common pieces of information that you can find in Utah Property Records include:
This information can be beneficial, especially if you consider purchasing a property. With this data, you can decide whether or not to proceed with the purchase.
Utah has one of the lowest property tax rates in the country. The state's effective property tax rate is 0.58%, well below the national average of 1.07%.
Summit County pays the highest property taxes in the state, with an annual property tax payment of $2,469. Beaver County has the lowest property taxes in Utah, with a yearly property tax payment of $751.
To do a Utah Property Tax Records search, you will need to know the property's county. Once you have this information, you can contact the county assessor's office to request a copy of the tax records.
The Utah Registry of Deeds is responsible for maintaining property records in Utah. There are 29 counties in Utah, and each one has its registry of deeds office.
Davis County Recorder
61 South Main Street
Farmington, Utah, 84025
Salt Lake County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 144575
Salt Lake, Utah, 84114
Summit County Recorder
60 North Main Street
Coalville, Utah, 84017
Utah County Recorder of Deeds
100 East Center Street
Provo, Utah, 84606
Weber County Recorder of Deeds
2380 Washington Boulevard
Ogden, Utah, 84401
The county recorder's office is the best place to start your search for the owner of a property in Utah. You can visit the office in person or contact them by phone or email.
InfoTracer is also a great tool to find out who owns a property in Utah.
Some counties don't have an online searchable database. The best way to find property records is by visiting the county recorder's office website.
InfoTracer is also an excellent resource for finding property details online.
Deeds are filed with the county recorder's office in the county where the property is located.
The Utah State Treasurer's Office is responsible for managing unclaimed property in Utah. You can search for unclaimed property on the office's website.
InfoTracer also has a database of unclaimed property in Utah.