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ReloNY, Home Buyer in New York

Is there a website where one can find parcel numbers for properties in Tifton, GA to use for GIS lookup?

Asked by ReloNY, New York Sat Jun 13, 2009

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They (Tax Assessor) recently changed their platform and a search now can be a bit frustrating. Some search tips I offer new agents (I'm also the office Trainer) is to use the LEAST amount of information possible. Instead of entering the complete Map/Parcel #, only enter the Map# (i.e. 0054). Once the map loads, use the zoom feature, then use the "hand" icom to move the map around until you find your parcel #. Click on the parcel # to find the specific information. Further, some of the fields are "character" specific. Even though the Map # says 003, you'll need to add another "0" (i.e. 0003). I hope this helps, if not give me a call and I'll see if I can walk you through. You might also find our website helpful http://(www.century21sbp.com). The majority of pre or post foreclosure properties are listed locally. Our website MLS search provides information of all area listings.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jun 25, 2009
Yes, I have tried using the Tift County Tax Assessor's website in the past, but it doesn't return any data when I look up a property address...it just says something to the effect of "No Records Found". Also the maps don't always load properly or at all. I was hoping a parcel search might work better than address search, but I need parcel numbers in order to search that way.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 24, 2009
I think you probably looking for the Tift County (Georgia) Tax Assessor's Office. http://www.tiftcountymaps.com/ . This is the site we use to get property data for Tift County properties.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jun 24, 2009
I'm not sure what county Tifton is, but most of the Ga counties in my area have a qpublic website that contains tax info with a legal description,map and parcel number. An example is http://www.qpublic.net/ga/baldwin. Baldwin is were you would insert the county you are looking for. You can usually just type in Tax Assessor and it will prompt you.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jun 14, 2009
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