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Property Tax Information

During a home sale, a mortgage lender needs certain tax, public record, and permit information to ensure that the property is a viable collateral for the loan and that there are no significant risks associated with the transaction. PropertyKey’s IMAPP platform is your single source for this kind of detail. The type of property tax information that can be found in IMAPP:

  • Current and past property tax assessments
  • Outstanding property tax payments or liens
  • Tax exemption status, if applicable

Collecting and reviewing these types of information can be time-consuming. PropertyKey’s IMAPP platform provides a single source of accurate and timely information that is essential for successfully guiding a transaction from initial contact to closing. It also supplies a detailed view of one property and also a view of the neighborhood and broader surrounding areas to help in the analysis process or help identify potential targets for your next marketing effort.

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