How can I identify a landlord or property owner if I only know the street address?
September 2, 2006 9:49 PM   Subscribe

How can I identify a landlord or property owner if I only know the street address?

The rental house two streets over from us have taken to throwing amplifed concerts on their back patio. I want to have a word with the owner of the property. How can I find out this information? I am in Seattle, Washington.
posted by macinchik to Home & Garden (4 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
 
Check with the local city/county tax office. A lot of their records are online these days, so you may be able to look it up right now. My home county has a nice system built by EZGov. All sorts of data is in there ... owner, house parameters, sales history, tax amount, everything.
posted by intermod at 10:03 PM on September 2, 2006


Go here and zoom to the parcel that you want.

Get the parcel number via the information tool.

Click on the property report to get information on that parcel. If you want more information, go with that account number and go this page and use the account number to look up thier info.
posted by bigmusic at 10:10 PM on September 2, 2006


Property Shark.com has listings for Seattle and a number of other major US cities. You can search their database by street address and obtain all sorts of information about the property (who owns it, its zoning, valuation, etc.)
posted by paulrockNJ at 10:24 PM on September 2, 2006


You guys are awesome. I was able to immediately obtain the information I needed. Thanks!
posted by macinchik at 11:44 PM on September 2, 2006


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