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The real estate department is responsible for the assessment and valuation of over 64,000 parcels of real estate.

Real property may be defined as consisting of all parcels of surface real estate, all buildings permanently affixed (when owned by the same owner of the land), and most mineral real property interests.

Our office actively maintains approximately 650 digital tax maps which are made available in GIS (Geographic Information Systems) format for the public and many county agencies to utilize.

We have a highly trained and qualified staff ready to assist you.