Property Record Cards and Sales Disclosures
Current Property Record Cards and Sales Disclosures may be found by searching our GIS program on our webpage or by visiting our office and using our public terminals. Printing from our public terminal is 10 cents per page, if you print these items in our office.
To locate the property record cards or sales disclosures through the on-line GIS program, follow these directions:
- Launch the Online GIS application
- Hit the drop down in the upper left corner next to Search For
- Select the search you would like to perform, such as owner name or parcel number.
- Type in your search items and hit Search
- Searching Examples
- When searching by parcel, do not include the dashes in the search.
- When searching by address; only include the numbers of the address, not the street name.
- When searching by name: only search by last name.
- On the new window that pops up click on the PRC or Sales Discloure button and it will open up a PDF copy of the document you requested.
Filing a Sales Disclosure
A “Sales Disclosure State Form# 46021”, is completed for property transfers, those that are transferred for valuable consideration and those that are the result of foreclosure, express threat of foreclosure, divorce, court orders, judgments, condemnation, or probate. The intent of the sales disclosure is to provide a base of information that will be utilized by the State of Indiana and the County Assessor to identify the sales price of each property and to accomplish fair market values when yearly trending takes place.
Do you need to file a Sales Disclosure?
When looking at the sales disclosure form, you will need to file a sales disclosure if any of the following apply to your transfer.
- the answer to question number 1 is yes, the parcel is being transferred for valuable consideration;
- the answer to question number 13 is yes, being transferred as a result of foreclosure, divorce, court order, judgement, condemnation or probate;
- the answer to question number 14 is yes, the partition of land between tenants in common, joint tenants or tenants by the entirety; or
- the answer to question number 15 is yes, being transferred to a charity, not-for-profit organization, or government.