Tips: How to Use Search Function
Step 1: Locate the "search" bar.
Step 2: Use as little info as possible to search for a property.
Example 1: If the owner of a property is John Smith, start by typing in Smith and clicking search, rather than typing in the entire address.
Explanation: The way properties are entered into our system is different than the way they appear as a mailing address. Therefore, the less you type into the search bar, the quicker you will find results.
Example 2: If the property you are looking for 321 N. Dreary Ln., try typing in 321 and hit enter. You should receive a list of all properties in the county with the address 321, and that list should be short enough for you to find the property you're looking for.
Additional Help: If your initial search brings back too many results, then add just one more parameter to it and search again.
Example: Add John to Smith and search John Smith together. Or, add Dreary to 321 and search 321 Dreary together.
Finally: If you are still not finding the property you are looking for, please do not hesitate to pick up the phone and call our office for assistance, or stop by any time.
Contact any of our 3 office locations, which you can find at the bottom of this page.