The Clay County Assessor's Office determines the appraisal value of the taxable property in their jurisdiction in order to assess the property taxes owed by residents in Clay County, IA. Assessors maintain a number of documents related to Clay County real estate taxes, including records on real estate tax assessments, property appraisals, and property tax payments. They may also provide information on foreclosures, tax liens, and historical property taxes. Assessors are sometimes responsible for providing information on Clay County real estate tax deductions, as well as information on the current and former owners, the property's size and location, and any zone or use regulations. These records, including transfers of property ownership, can be important resources for property owners or potential buyers of a property. These Clay County real estate tax records may be available on the Assessor Office website.
Clay County Assessor's Office Spencer IA 300 West 4th Street 51301 712-262-1986
The Clay County Auditor's Office provides oversight for government agencies, and as part of this job, Auditors evaluate the performance of government agencies and their compliance with laws, rules, and regulations in Clay County, IA. They also investigate corruption and fraudulent activities. Clay County Auditor Offices maintain a number of records related to the collection of real estate taxes and any problems with Clay County property tax collection or the government's use of real estate tax records. Their office produce audit reports, evaluations of government agencies, reports on corruption, and fraud investigation reports, including real estate-related documents. These Clay County public records may be available on the Auditor Office website.
Clay County Auditor Spencer IA 300 West 4th Street, Ste 4 51301 712-262-1569
The Clay County Clerk's Office maintains public records for a county or local government in Clay County, Iowa. As part of their responsibilities, they keep detailed records on Clay County real estate taxes. These records include Clay County property tax assessments, real estate appraisal values, and ownership information for current and prior owners. Some may also provide information about unpaid property taxes, Clay County tax liens, foreclosures, or real estate tax deductions. Clay County Clerks also have records that describe the property and its size, the history of any property transfers and the price, as well as zone and use information. The Clerk Office may provide access to real estate tax documents on its website.
Clay County Clerk Spencer IA 215 West 4th Street 51301 712-262-4335
Royal City Clerk Royal IA 302 Main Street 51357 712-933-2421
Spencer City Clerk Spencer IA 418 2nd Avenue West 51301 712-580-7200
The Clay County Recorder of Deeds is responsible for keeping a range of real estate tax documents for a county or local government in Clay County, IA. Their office ensures the accuracy of Clay County real estate tax records as well as property and land records. Recorders of Deeds have records on real estate taxes such as Clay County property tax assessments, property appraisals, tax liens, and foreclosures. These documents contain information on previous and current property owners, descriptions of the property and its size, any real estate tax deductions, and the history of the property's sales and prices. Clay County Recorders of Deeds may provide online access to their real estate tax documents.
Clay County Recorder of Deeds Spencer IA 300 West 4th Street 51301 712-262-1081
The Clay County Treasurer and Tax Collector Office is charged with collecting local taxes and disbursing the funds, which mainly come in the form of real estate taxes in Clay County, Iowa. Their office maintains a number of real estate-related records, including Clay County real estate tax assessments, property appraisals, and property ownership records. Treasurers and Tax Collectors also keep records on tax liens, foreclosures, and property tax payments, as well as property transfer and sale documents such as Clay County titles and deeds. These records can establish the former and current owners of a property, the value of the property, and the taxes owed. Clay County Treasurer and Tax Collector Offices may provide online access to their real estate tax records.
Clay County Treasurer's Office Spencer IA 300 West 4th Street 51301 712-262-2179
The Clay County Town and City Hall provides municipal services for their community, including maintaining real estate tax records and providing property tax services in Clay County. In some areas, the Town or City Hall manages property taxes, including keeping records on property tax assessments, records of paid and unpaid real estate taxes, and property appraisal values. They may also have Clay County public records on property ownership, paid and unpaid property taxes, tax liens, and foreclosures. Real estate records can establish the former and current property owners, the value of the property, and the taxes owed, which can be important for prospective Clay County buyers. Town and City Halls provide access to many of these records on their website.
Everly City Hall Everly IA 202 North Main Street 51338 712-834-2691
Everly Town Hall Everly IA 202 N Main St 51338 712-834-2711
Fostoria City Hall Spencer IA 10 3rd Avenue Southwest 51301 712-262-8930
Peterson City Hall Peterson IA 101 Main Street 51047 712-295-6401