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Search by Legal Description
To search by legal description, click the Subdivision Search tab on the valuation lookup page. Type the subdivision name, and enter the lot and block numbers below.
Subdivision Search Example:
Search by Parcel ID
You may search using a Parcel number in the format 1234567890.
You may search using a Key Number in the format 3456 7890 12.
Parcel ID Search Example:
Search by Address
You may enter part, or all of the address you are looking for into the address search. For example, if you are looking for 11422 Miracle Hills Dr, you can use the fields House # (11422), Street Name (Miracle Hills), and Suffix (Dr) to be specific, or you could simply use the House # (11422) field.
Address Search Example 1:
You may enter as little information as you want on the address search. If you use the previous example, you could enter House # (114), and Street Name (Mira), and no Suffix and still get the desired result. If you are having trouble finding a property, use less information to broaden the search.
Address Search Example 2:
AV: Avenue BLVD: Boulevard CR: Circle CT: Court DR: Drive DR-E: Drive East DR-S: Drive South HWY: Highway LANE: Lane PLAZA: Plaza PL: Place PT: Point PKWY: Parkway PKWY-N: Parkway North PKWY-S: Parkway South RD: Road ST: Street ST-E: Street East ST-S: Street South TRAIL: Trail TERRACE: Terrace
Search by Name
To search by name on residential property, start with the last name. If you want to narrow your search further, you can use a space after the last name and use part or all of the first name you are looking for. If you were looking for property owned by John Doe, your search could look like this:
To search by name on a property owned by a company or organization, type all or part of the name of that company or organization. If you were looking for property owned by Douglas County, your search could look like this:
The sales search is designed to allow a user to search for any valid Real Estate sale in Douglas County from 2000 to present. You may use as much or as little criteria as you would like. As with most searches, if you use more search criteria, fewer results will be found. This search is limited to a maximum of 1000 results per search. Below is a list of how each criteria field affects your search.
If you would like to search the for sales in the entire county, click the select all subdivisions box. Otherwise, you may select up to 10 subdivisions by holding the control key and clicking each subdivision you would like to search. You may use the search box at the top of the search field to quickly find the subdivision you are looking for.
Improved or Vacant
Use this radio button to choose if you are looking for lots that have been built on, or vacant lots without buildings or pavement.
When you click these fields, your web browser will present you with a calendar. First set the month and year, and select the day last by clicking on the corresponding number. Sale dates go from 2000 to present.
You may enter a desired sales price range in order to return only sales within the specified range. Do not include dollar signs or commas in these fields. You may also leave these fields blank if you do not wish to filter by sales price.
Size (Square Feet)
Size refers to the size of the houses or buildings that will be returned in the search. If you are doing a search for vacant parcels, always leave these fields blank. As with sales price, do not use commas in these fields. If square footage does not matter to you, you may leave these fields blank, and all sizes will be reflected in your search results.
You may enter a range of years here to return sales of parcels that have houses or buildings built within a certain timeframe. If you are doing a search for vacant parcels, always leave these fields blank. If the year a structure was built does not matter to you, you may leave these fields blank, and all years will be reflected in your search results.
Style name refers to the type of building on a particular parcel. You may select up to 10 different styles by using the control key. If style of a building does not matter to you, you may click the select all styles checkbox.
Account type is the type of property you wish to search for. If you are not sure what account type you are looking for, you may select all account types, and all account types will be reflected in your search results.