Search for King County, WA real estate tax records. A real estate search provides information on property taxes, property tax assessments, real estate values, unpaid property taxes, tax liens, foreclosures, appraisal values, property transfers, former property owners, real estate records, and more.
The King 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 King County, WA. Assessors maintain a number of documents related to King 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 King 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 King County real estate tax records may be available on the Assessor Office website.
King County Assessor's Office Seattle WA 500 4th Avenue 98104 206-296-7300
The King County Town and City Hall provides municipal services for their community, including maintaining real estate tax records and providing property tax services in King 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 King 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 King County buyers. Town and City Halls provide access to many of these records on their website.
Auburn City Hall Auburn WA 25 West Main Street 98001 253-931-3043
Bellevue City Hall Bellevue WA 450 110th Avenue Northeast 98004 425-452-6800
Black Diamond City Hall Black Diamond WA 24301 Roberts Drive 98010 360-886-2560
Bothell City Hall Bothell WA 18305 101st Avenue Northeast 98011 425-486-3256
Carnation City Hall Carnation WA 4621 Tolt Avenue 98014 425-333-4192
Duvall City Hall Duvall WA 15535 Main Street Northeast 98019 425-788-1185
Federal Way City Hall Federal Way WA 33325 8th Avenue South 98003 253-835-7000
Issaquah City Hall Issaquah WA 1775 12th Avenue Northwest 98027 425-837-3007
Kirkland City Hall Kirkland WA 12421 Northeast 103rd Place 98033 425-822-2459
Maple Valley City Hall Maple Valley WA 22035 Southeast Wax Road 98038 425-413-8800
Medina City Hall Medina WA 501 Evergreen Point Road 98039 425-454-9222
Mercer Island City Hall Mercer Island WA 9611 Southeast 36th Street 98040 206-236-5300
North Bend City Hall North Bend WA 211 Main Avenue North 98045 425-888-1211
Pacific City Hall Pacific WA 100 3rd Avenue Southeast 98047 253-833-2856
Redmond City Hall Redmond WA 15670 Northeast 85th Street 98052 425-556-2900
Renton City Hall Renton WA 1055 South Grady Way 98057 425-430-6400
Sammamish City Hall Sammamish WA 801 228th Avenue Southeast 98075 425-898-0660
Seattle City Hall Seattle WA 600 4th Avenue 98104 206-684-8888
Skykomish City Hall Skykomish WA 119 4th Street North 98288 360-677-2388
Snoqualmie City Hall Snoqualmie WA 38624 Southeast River Street 98065 425-888-1555
Woodinville City Hall Woodinville WA 17301 133rd Avenue Northeast 98072 425-489-2700
The King County Clerk's Office maintains public records for a county or local government in King County, Washington. As part of their responsibilities, they keep detailed records on King County real estate taxes. These records include King 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, King County tax liens, foreclosures, or real estate tax deductions. King 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.
Beaux Arts Village Town Clerk Beaux Arts Village WA 10550 Southeast 27th Street 98004 425-454-8580
Bellevue City Clerk Bellevue WA 450 110th Avenue Northeast 98004 425-452-6466
Enumclaw City Clerk Enumclaw WA 1339 Griffin Avenue 98022 360-825-3591
Federal Way City Clerk Federal Way WA 33325 8th Avenue South 98003 253-835-2540
Hunts Point Clerk Hunts Point WA 3000 Hunts Point Road 98004 425-455-1834
Kent City Clerk Kent WA 220 4th Avenue South 98032 253-856-5725
King County Clerk Seattle WA 516 3rd Avenue 98104 206-477-1020
Seattle City Clerk Seattle WA 600 4th Avenue 98104 206-684-8344
Shoreline City Clerk Shoreline WA 17500 Midvale Avenue North 98133 206-801-2230
Yarrow Point Town Clerk Bellevue WA 4030 95th Avenue Northeast 98004 425-454-6994
The King 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 King County, Washington. Their office maintains a number of real estate-related records, including King 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 King 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. King County Treasurer and Tax Collector Offices may provide online access to their real estate tax records.
Hunts Point Treasurer Hunts Point WA 3000 Hunts Point Road 98004 425-455-1834
King County Treasurer's Office Seattle WA 500 4th Avenue 98104 206-296-0923
Seattle Treasurer Seattle WA 700 5th Avenue 98104 206-684-0242
The King County Recorder of Deeds is responsible for keeping a range of real estate tax documents for a county or local government in King County, WA. Their office ensures the accuracy of King County real estate tax records as well as property and land records. Recorders of Deeds have records on real estate taxes such as King 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. King County Recorders of Deeds may provide online access to their real estate tax documents.
King County Recorder of Deeds Seattle WA 500 4th Avenue 98104 206-477-6620
The King 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 King County, WA. They also investigate corruption and fraudulent activities. King County Auditor Offices maintain a number of records related to the collection of real estate taxes and any problems with King 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 King County public records may be available on the Auditor Office website.
Seattle Auditor Seattle WA 700 5th Avenue 98104 206-615-0555