The Seward County Recorder of Deeds keeps property, land, and property tax records for their county or local government in Seward County, Nebraska. These records contain a wealth of property data, including property tax assessments, property appraisals, and records on property transfers and sales such as titles and deeds. The Recorder of Deeds also has information on current and former property owners, a property's sale price, and descriptions of the Seward County property. They may also keep Seward County property maps that show boundaries, public property, property zones, and unclaimed parcels. This Seward County property data is often available to the public online through the Recorder of Deeds website.
Seward County Recorder of Deeds Seward NE PO Box 190 68434 402-643-2883
The Seward County Clerk's Office maintains public records for a county or local government, including a range of property records in Seward County, Nebraska. These property records include documents on Seward County property taxes such as property appraisals, property tax assessments, unpaid property taxes, and tax liens or foreclosures. These records contain property data about the former and current owners, property sales or transfers, and the property's boundaries. Clerk Offices often also keep property maps that contain Seward County property boundaries, property tax data, public property, and unclaimed parcels. These sources of Seward County property data, which are important for owners and prospective buyers, are often available on the Clerk Office website.
Milford City Clerk Milford NE 505 1st Street 68405 402-761-3247
Seward County Clerk Seward NE 529 Seward Street 68434 402-643-2228
The Seward County Assessor's Office determines the value of taxable property in a county or local community in Seward County, Nebraska. This property data is used to assess and collect property taxes. Assessor Offices maintain several forms of Seward County property data, including property tax assessments, property appraisal values, and records on public property and unclaimed parcels. These Seward County property records contain information on current and former owners, historic property tax rates, and changes to the appraisal process or property tax formulas. Seward County Assessors may also keep property maps that show property boundaries, buildings, and zoning lines, and their records may include information on unpaid property taxes, tax liens, and foreclosures. Assessor Offices may provide online access to Seward County property data.
Seward County Assessor's Office Seward NE 529 Seward Street 68434 402-643-3311
The Seward County Housing Authorities operate at the local level to create housing options for people who have low incomes in Seward County, Nebraska. They may provide low-income rental housing or rental assistance programs, as well as operating apartments and single-family homes. Housing Authorities maintain Seward County property data on people who use their services, including income information, housing assistance, and any housing reports about the renters. They can also provide information on how to apply for low-income housing and using Seward County Housing Authority services. Seward County property records and information about housing may be available on the Housing Authority website.
Seward Housing Authority Seward NE 1030 Manor Drive West 68434 402-643-3472