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Property Owners Search
Search for property owners and highly detailed property ownership data on more than 25 million U.S. properties
Find Property Owners in a County or State
Start your property ownership research on PropertyShark.com. You will find property ownership records from multiple sources including title documents, assessment rolls, permit data, HPD registration and voter registration (New York City), and notice addresses.
In January 2010 we launched a Property Ownership Search tool for New York and have expanded it since then to cover California, Florida, New Jersey and eleven other states in the United States. The tool queries all properties owned by an individual or a corporation since 2000 and outputs the results in a clean and easy-to-read format.
How to Find Out Who Owns a Property
You can easily find out who owns a particular property or who is the property owner or landlord of a specific building. Just type in a single property address and a property report will be pulled up containing: a property overview, property ownership records, deeds, tax liens, and more.
The Ownership Summary section on each property report will display all the property ownership data we have on the property in question.
Building Owner Search & Contact Information
Contacting a building owner or a retail owner is easy with PropertyShark. In several regions throughout the U.S. we provide phone numbers of building owners and/or building managers.
In cases where there is a building permit filed on a building, we provide the phone number of the applicant. Building permit phone numbers tend to be very reliable and we are among the very few service providers who provide such valuable information.
Where available, we provide tenant phone records for rental apartments, office buildings or retail spaces.
Register for Free to Search for Property Owners
You must have at least a free basic account on PropertyShark.com to get access to our database of property ownership records. In some regions, full access requires a paid subscription.