Search for Cherokee County AL land records. Land records include land deeds, mortgages, land grants, liens, foreclosures, titles, easements, oil and gas leases, property ownership history, and prior selling prices.
Cherokee County Town Halls and City Halls are the chief administrative office that runs a town or city in %state-abbr%. The Town or City Hall maintains records related to the locality, including Cherokee County historical land records. These records include Cherokee County property taxes, property value assessments, and land transactions, as well as property sales and transfers. Town and City Halls also maintain records on municipal and zoning boundaries. Many Town and City Halls provide online access to their land records.
Cedar Bluff City Hall Cedar Bluff AL 3420 Spring Street 35959 256-779-7284
Leesburg Town Hall Leesburg AL 215 Industrial Boulevard 35983 256-526-8890
Sand Rock Town Hall Sand Rock AL 1925 Sand Rock Avenue 35983 256-523-5898
Cherokee County Clerks file documents and preserve municipal records in order to maintain an archive for their municipality in %state-abbr%. These documents, including Cherokee County land records, are open to the public. The Cherokee County Clerk's Office contains a number of different types of land records, including registered land, property transactions, real estate excise taxes, and property maps. They also have records on Cherokee County land deeds and titles, mortgages, and liens on properties. Many Clerk's Offices make their land records available to the public online.
Cherokee County Clerk Centre AL 100 West Main Street 35960 256-927-3637
Cherokee County Recorders of Deeds collect public records, primarily documents related to property, and make them available to the public in %state-abbr%. The Office of the Recorder of Deeds maintains records on Cherokee County land transactions within its jurisdiction, including land and property deeds, mortgages, easements, and tax liens. The office may also contain property and parcel surveys, maps of Cherokee County property lines, and data on a property's selling prices and history. Many Recorders of Deeds provide online access to their land records.
Cherokee County Recorder of Deeds Centre AL 260 Cedar Bluff Road 35960 256-927-3363
Cherokee County Assessors determine the value of properties and parcels in order to assess property taxes in %state-abbr%. The Assessor's Office maintains current data on every property in the district, including Cherokee County land ownership information, maps of property lines, inventories of parcels and structures, and the value of all the land in the jurisdiction. Assessors may also maintain Cherokee County land records from on-site inspections and value assessments for construction or improvements. Tax Assessor's Offices make their land and property records available online.
Cherokee County Revenue Commission Centre AL 260 Cedar Bluff Road 35960 256-927-5527
Cherokee County Treasurers and Tax Collectors are responsible for the collection of property tax revenue %state-abbr%. The Office of the Treasurer and Tax Collector maintains current data on every parcel in the district, as well as a number of other types of Cherokee County land records. These Cherokee County public property records include lists of sold parcels, property tax assessments, defaults on property taxes, and property values. The Treasurer and Tax Collector may also maintain information on Cherokee County land auctions and prior liens or foreclosures on a property. Many Treasurers and Tax Collectors provide online databases to access land records.
Cherokee County Revenue Commissioner's Office Centre AL 260 Cedar Bluff Road 35960 256-927-5527