Performing A Simple Property Search
Our Simple Search page allows you to quickly search for properties by Owner's name, Street Address, Subdivision, Parcel ID, or MLS# fields(depending on the county(ies) data availability). To begin your search, simply choose one or more counties to search. You can search up to 4 counties at a time. To select counties, click/tap in the county box then choose from the dropdown list or begin typing a county name to narrow down the list.
Now you're ready to enter your search criteria in the search box. After you enter 2 characters, an auto-complete list will appear with any matches.
The auto-complete list is grouped by the fields searched (Owner's name, Street Address, Subdivision, Parcel ID, or MLS# depending on data availability). Each field group will display up to 7 matches sorted in alphabetic order.
To only see matches for one of the fields, select the View More text to the right of the field name.
The auto-complete list will change to show the first 20 matches sorted in alphabetic order. If needed, you can easily return back to the grouped auto-complete list by selecting the Return to Full Options text.
To see results, you can either (1) select a value from the auto-complete list or (2) select the Submit button to continue to the results page.
When you select the Submit button without first selecting the View More text for a specific field group, then your results page will include all properties matching your search criteria in the Owner's name, Street Address, Subdivision, Parcel ID, or MLS# fields (depending on the county(ies) data availability).
Using a Wildcard
Our search box looks for matches that begin with the criteria you enter. When you aren't certain of the spelling or the order of names, you can use the % as a wildcard to help find the property you need. For example, if you are looking for the owner name Leigh Cooper but no matches are found when you enter Cooper Leigh in the search box then, you can add the wildcard % between the names Cooper and Leigh to search for all matching values instead of values that only begin with the criteria.