NEW REDESIGNED WEBSITE!
The Marion County Property Appraiser is proud to launch its newly redesigned website being offered in a Beta Testing phase during which time the old site remains operational. The new website provides property owners the ability to file for homestead exemption online.
This website redesign was completed in-house at no additional cost to Marion County Taxpayers.
Please take a look and become acquainted with the new site, we welcome your feedback either by email (firstname.lastname@example.org
) or by phone (352.368-8300). Click Here (Beta website)
Use the form below to search our property information
Select a 'Search By:' method. Currently you can search
by Name, Parcel, Account Number, Situs Address, Map-Id,
Township-Range-Section or create mailing labels.
The default is by Name.
You may enter up to five arguments, each may
be a number, a word, or a partial word.
In general, the first argument is the beginning of the field.
All other arguments are anywhere in the field.
Note: Do not use a comma to separate names.
Name searches must begin with the last name. Additional
parameters may be in any order. You can also use partial
first names. To find John Smith you could enter
'Smith John'. Also, 'Smit J' would find last name of Smit* and
first names or initials including ' J*'
Parcel searches can be done with complete or partial
parcel numbers. Searching 1234-567-890 will result in one
property found, whereas, searching on 1234 will find all parcels
starting with '1234'. If you are using the parcel information from
a tax bill, do not include the prefix letter, such as 'R'. Also,
the dashes in the parcel number are significant - do not remove them
when conducting a search. A Limit of 5000 is built in.
Address searches can be done with any part of the
address. Searching 'fort king' will find all properties
with an address on 'fort king'. Note: Address searches
are on situs addresses - vacant lots do not have addresses.
Less than 100,000 of the more than 230,000 parcels have
situs addresses. The search criteria is very sensitive.
Please do not use punctuation. Abbreviations are st, rd, pl,
ter, ave ct, cir, loop, dr, ln (Example: 501 se 25th ave).
If two directionals appear: (1470 sw 41st avenue rd).
The less information you use, the better.
Start with just the house number and add on from there.
Adverse possession parcels can be found by selecting this option. No parameters are used. Just select Adverse and click search. All adverse possession parcels will be returned in the search results.
Map-id searches can be done with complete or partial
Map-id numbers. Searching '213' will result in all parcels
found on all 213 map pages whereas searching on '213 A1' will
find parcels with Map-id 213 A1' only.
Map numbers are based on our in house index and have no use
in any formal mapping system.
Section Township Range searches can be done only with
valid Section Township and Range values. Use another search
and obtain the values for Twn Rge Sec and then return here.
The values are entered without spaces: ie '361221'.
Township ids are referenced in most national mapping systems.
Sub_Name searches can be done with any part of the subdivision name.
Searching 'spruce' will find all subdivisions with the name spruce in it.
Sub_ID searches can be done with complete or partial subdivision id
numbers. Searching '80' will result in all parcels found with the beginning
number of 80.
Map Index presents a scanned image of Marion County
that provides a mouse pointer links to individual map sets
Linkages such as this may be available at the quarter section
level of display in your area of interest. Be warned images
are rather large and can be very slow to present.
Labels This feature works just like Parcel searches.
The Page you receive will be a comma delimited list of
Property Name, Parcel id and Mailing address of the Parcels
selected by the search.
You can copy and paste this information into an application such as notepad
to create a file and then use this data to produce mailing labels using
an application such as a word processor.