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Data Source for the Appraiser

Public records are extremely useful in locating pertinent information. Some common sources are listed below.

City or County Recorder's Office

  • deeds
  • deed restrictions
  • mining claims
  • codes and ordinances
  • business ownership identification
  • partnership agreements, divorce decrees, and other documents affecting ownership

Planning and Zoning Departments

  • zoning decisions
  • development and land use plans
  • subdivision information
  • annexation maps
  • lot splits and abandonments
  • variances in land use approved by zoning authorities
  • building permits
  • historic districts

Engineering Departments

  • building permits
  • demolition permits
  • right-of-way easement records for public services and utilities

Sale Tax Offices

  • sale/use tax permits

State Licensing Boards

  • licenses for service and professional activities

State Land Office

  • leases of state land
  • sale or trade of public land

Bureau of Land Management

U.S. Forest Service

U.S. Department of the Interior

  • grazing land lease maps
  • identification of range improvements

County Assessor's Office

  • real property records
  • field surveys

Private Data Sources

  • commercial cost manuals
  • economic data from local, state, or national sources
  • specific information about technical and market trends in particular industries
  • telephone and service directories
  • real estate, newspaper, and commercial organization data on market values
Assessor's Office
31 N Pinal Street
Building E
Florence, AZ 85132

Office Hours
Monday to Friday
8:00AM to 5:00PM

Office: 520.866.6361
Fax:    520.866.6353


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