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Property Search

Property Identification

Tips for searching by Property ID

Property IDs are unique identifiers for properties. They are purely numeric, and can range from two digits to seven digits.

  • This field looks for an exact match on the Property ID field. This is the best way to find a particular property if you know it's complete Property ID. If you do not know the property's complete Property ID, please leave this field blank.
  • If you know your property's Property ID, no other criteria is necessary. You'll always be able to find an exact match!
  • Example: 2625294

Tips for searching by Geographic ID

Geographic IDs are unique identifiers for properties that indicate a property's location. They are alpha-numeric, and typically span either 17 or 18 characters (including dashes).

  • The Geographic ID will always show dashes in Collin CAD correspondence, but the dashes aren't necessary here -- you can search with or without them...
  • Example: R-3524-00A-0030-1 or R352400A00301
Owner Information

Tips for searching by Owner Name

  • Property owners' names are stored in "[Last Name] [First Name]" format, but you can also search by "[Last Name], [First Name]".
  • This field supports wildcards; use "*".
  • Example: Parker Peter or Parker, Peter

Tips for searching by Owner ID

Owner IDs are unique identifiers for property owners. They are purely numeric, and can range from 1 digit to six digits.

  • This field looks for an exact match on the Owner ID. This is the best way to find a group of properties owned by a single owner if you know the owner's complete Owner ID. If you do not know the owner's complete Owner ID, it is best to leave this field blank.
  • Example: 700993

Tips for Searching by Business Name

  • This field searches against a field that Appraisal District staff commonly refers to as "DBA".
  • This field supports wildcards; use "*".
  • Example: Dunder Mifflin Inc or Dunder Mifflin*

Tips for searching by Agent Name

  • The Agent Name field will help you locate properties represented by a single property tax agent.
  • The Agent Name field supports wildcards. Use the "*" (asterisk) wildcard character if you're unsure of how to spell an agent's name.
  • Example: Dunder Mifflin Inc or Dunder * Inc

Tips for searching by Agent ID

Agent IDs are unique identifiers for property tax agents. They are purely numeric and they are exactly six digits.

  • The Agent ID field looks for an exact match on the Agent ID. This is the best way to find a group of properties represented by a single property tax agent if you know the agent's complete Agent ID. If you do not know the agent's complete Agent ID, it is best to leave this field blank.
  • Example: 1234567
Property Address

Tips for searching by Street Number

  • Street numbers are typically numeric, but can occasionally be alpha-numeric. This field supports both numeric and alpha-numeric street numbers.
  • Street numbers usually range from two digits to five digits.
  • Example: 250

Tips for searching by Street Name

  • Do not include the street name's suffix.
    For instance, if you were looking for properties on "Eldorado Parkway", specify "Eldorado", not "Eldorado Pkwy" or "Eldorado Parkway". This will yield you far-greater results.
  • Example: Eldorado
Legal Description

Tips for searching by Subdivision Code

  • This field supports wildcards; use "*".

Tips for searching by Subdivision Name

  • This field supports wildcards; use "*".

Tips for searching by Block

  • You must define a subdivision; else your criteria here will be ignored.

Tips for searching by Lot Number

  • You must define a subdivision; else your criteria here will be ignored.
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