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Wyoming Property Records

What are Wyoming Property Records?

The County Recorder maintains property records in Wyoming in each county. Land records are public documents that may be used to discover information about a property, such as an owner, the property's value, and any liens or encumbrances on it.

The Public Records Act of Wyoming guarantees public access to government records, with a few exceptions.


Where to Find Wyoming Property Records

As with most states, Wyoming property records are kept at the county level. The county recorder's office is typically where these records are maintained and available for public viewing.

Wyoming property records can be requested in person or by mail. Fees for copies of Wyoming property records are set by state law and vary by county.

InfoTracer, a public records search service, can be used to find Wyoming property records.


What Information Can You Find in Wyoming Property Records?

Wyoming property records contain a wealth of information about a property. Essential information that can be found in these records is the property owner.

In addition, Wyoming property records may also reveal the following:

  • The value of the property
  • Any liens or encumbrances on the property
  • The property's tax history
  • Deeds and other documents related to the property
  • Zoning information
  • Town information

The information will depend on the county where the property is located.


Wyoming Property Tax Records

Wyoming has no statewide income tax. But despite this, the state is still one of the lowest taxed states in the US regarding property. The average property tax rate in Wyoming is just 0.57%.

Teton County has the highest property tax rate in the state, at 0.47%, with a median annual property tax payment of $3,896. Niobrara County has the lowest property tax rate, at 0.53%. It has a yearly property tax payment of $761.

To find property tax records in Wyoming, contact the county assessor's office in the county where the property is located.

InfoTracer can also be used to find Wyoming property tax records.


Wyoming Registry of Deeds Offices

Below are some of the contact details for registry of deeds offices in Wyoming:

Campbell County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 3010
Gillette, Wyoming, 82717
Phone: 307-682-7285
Fax: 307-687-6455

Fremont County Recorder of Deeds
450 North 2nd Street
Lander, Wyoming, 82520
Phone: 307-332-2405
Fax: 307-332-1132

Laramie County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 608
Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82003
Phone: 307-633-4350
Fax: 307-633-4240

Park County Recorder of Deeds
1002 Sheridan Avenue
Cody, Wyoming, 82414
Phone: 307-527-8600
Fax: 307-527-8626

Teton County Recorder of Deeds
PO Box 1727
Jackson, Wyoming, 83001
Phone: 307-733-4430
Fax: 307-739-8634


Frequently Asked Questions About Wyoming Property Records

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

The county recorder's office is the best place to start your search for Wyoming property records. They will be able to provide you with the owner's name and contact information.

InfoTracer can also be used to find this information and other public records.

How Do I Find Property Details Online?

As mentioned before, the state of Wyoming does not have a consolidated property records database. However, you can find these records by contacting the county recorder's office in the county where the property is located.

InfoTracer also has a wide range of public records that can be searched online. This includes Wyoming property records.

Where are Deeds Recorded in Wyoming?

Deeds are recorded at the county recorder's office in the county where the property is located.

How Do I Find Out About Wyoming Unclaimed Property?

The Wyoming State Treasurer's Office handles unclaimed property in the state. You can search for unclaimed property on their website.

For a quick and easy search of unclaimed property in Wyoming, use InfoTracer. With its search engine, you can find the information you need in just a few clicks.

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