How can I find out the owner of property that I'm interested in?

Asked by, Auburn, AL Thu Jan 23, 2014

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Terri Schaub, Agent, Auburn, AL
Thu Jan 23, 2014
Is the property for sale? If so, give me a call and I'll provide you information on the property. If not, I can help you find another property you may be interested in.

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Sherry Adcock, Agent, Auburn, AL
Thu Jan 29, 2015
If the property is listed, call me and I can help you with the property if it is here in Auburn/Opelika, AL.

If it is not listed and you'd like buyer representation, call me. I am an Accredited Buyers Representative.

If it is not listed and you'd like to go about it alone, then go knock on the door and introduce yourself. OR go to, choose LEE COUNTY and type in the address.

Sherry Adcock
Weichert Realtors Porter Properties
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Annette Law…, Agent, Palm Harbor, FL
Thu Jan 23, 2014
Call the agent whose telephone number appears on the sign in the front yard.
No sign in the front yard?
Knock on the door and say, "I wanna buy your home."
The person answering the door will respond with one of the following:
"drop dead"
"how much you offering?" and "Show me your MONEY!"
"Abner, come to the door, we've caught another one!"
or, may favorite...
"Call my REALTOR."
There are other options, but I think you know you can type on that keyboard and access the tax records. You must have discovered the owner does not WANT to be revealed.
So, tell us, why do you REALLY want to know?
Are you one of those asset recover folks?
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Stan Tobiason, Agent, Twin Falls, ID
Thu Jan 23, 2014
You can also go look at the tax records or property info at your county office. It will show the current owners names.

Good Luck!
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A real estate broker is the best buffer for you to get in touch with the home owner. A Realtor can represent your best interests and keep you from having buyers remorse or making costly mistakes.
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Yes, it's public information at the courthouse in most counties.
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Tanya Ess-Yo…, Agent, Marietta, GA
Thu Jan 23, 2014
Do a basic google search to see if they are selling the home by themselves, if not then the next step would be contacting an agent to assist you in acquiring the home. We as agents are not allowed to divulge owner information for a home however.
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