Proper way to find out who owns what land??

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I have a pretty good section of land behind my house that I KNOW has deer. How can I find out who owns all the land behind my house and contact them??? Any help would be great.
 

BRYAN T

Senior Member
#8
Here is the link.

http://www.qpublic.net/clarke/

Click on "search records" on the left hand side.

Click "Yes, I accept the above statement."

Click "search by owner name"

Enter the owner name of the property you live on.

Select the correct parcel number on the left.

One the right hand side, click "show parcel map".

You should see your parcel. Click on "get info" on the left side. You can also check "aerial photo" on the left.

Select the parcel you want to know the owner of. The info you want will refresh on the right side of the screen. You can click on the parcel number to get all the info.
 
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Excellent. Just found it but it says the land is owned by a company, not an individual. There is a very small organic farm on some of the land. The rest is woods. Guess I'll just go have to talk to someone. Thanks a lot for the help guys. That's pretty interesting.
 

BowanaLee

Senior Member
#14
Does Dekalb have the map to choose parcels from, I don't see it ? Sure would make it easier. Woodlots don't have a mail box to get a street number or name off of. I cant find parcel numbers with out a map. Thats the way I did it at their office. So far I've been getting street numbers nearby and going off that map. It don't always show a neighboring property's address though.
 
#15
Not all counties have progressed in technology to the point of using parcel maps. You would think that Dekalb would have maps.
 

ted_BSR

Senior Member
#18
Does Dekalb have the map to choose parcels from, I don't see it ? Sure would make it easier. Woodlots don't have a mail box to get a street number or name off of. I cant find parcel numbers with out a map. Thats the way I did it at their office. So far I've been getting street numbers nearby and going off that map. It don't always show a neighboring property's address though.
Google "Dekalb County, GA GIS" or "Dekalb County, GA Tax maps"
 
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