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  • lamarr
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    How do you find out who owns what land

    Hdnpowrz
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    Get ahold of a farmer friend and ask him if he has an old Platt Book he can spare. Or check with your county recorders office they are pricey but lots of info in there…

    gunner_1911
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    Quote by: Hdnpowrz

    Get ahold of a farmer friend and ask him if he has an old Platt Book he can spare. Or check with your county recorders office they are pricey but lots of info in there…

    Platt book was also my suggestion, or….ask a neighbor 🙂

    lamarr
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    No houses with in 2 miles just an interstate power tower

    Prime_Focus
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    Some, but not all counties have a map link on the county assesor’s page that shows all of the current property owners.

    Here is a link for Polk County.
    http://www.assess.co.polk.ia.us/

    steingre
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    County Assessor’s office- you can look at the books and maps for free…and probably get contact info for landowners as well.

    Or….

    http://www.farmandhomepublishers.com/

    County wall map- $90
    Plat book- $42
    eBook on CD- $75

    dkwolf
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    What county?

    Do a search for “___ county assessor GIS” What you’re looking for is a GIS page of some sort (many counties in Iowa use the Beacon service). Most of them, you can go to a map view, zoom in to the area you want, and click on the parcel. It’ll display all of the information for it.

    Or, just call the county assessor’s office.

    lamarr
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    Dubuque

    njjisu
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    Go here – http://gis.dbqco.org/freeance/Client/PublicAccess1/index.html?appconfig=RealEstate

    Zoom in on the map at the chunk of land you’re looking at. Click the “i” with the circle around it (Identify Features). Click on the land you’re interested in.

    Beaverpost
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    google beacon and go from there any questions let me know.

    curiouskid
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    Try your county assessor’s web page. If you are lucky, they hire out Beacon Schneider Corp. It is an excellent website. If that is the case, access the map or type in the address. On the map, click on the property and it will give you a link to the parcel report. The parcel report will tell you the owner of the land, amount of land, accessed value of the land, property taxes, etc. It is a great site to use when looking to purchase land or a home as well (where applicable).

    crappiechaser
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    click on Iowa then the county you are interested in
    the site has been updated in the last year
    it will show a google map like mage of the property and its borderlines

    http://guidepost.schneidercorp.com/

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    Quote by: crappiechaser

    click on Iowa then the county you are interested in
    the site has been updated in the last year
    it will show a google map like mage of the property and its borderlines

    http://guidepost.schneidercorp.com/

    Tried this link for me, lived here all my life, so I tried my dad, lived in Cherokee co. for over 70 yrs. It tells me no information exits. 😯 🙁

    Does this mean all my post are nonexistant? 😆

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