Marion County Property Search

Search free Marion County FL property, land, and tax records through local government assessors, auditors, clerks, property appraisers, deeds recorders, treasurers, tax collectors, city halls, and town halls.


Marion County Assessor Office

Assessors are responsible for determining the value of property in order to determine property taxes. Assessors collect data from on-site inspections, value assessments for construction or improvements, comparable sales, and calculations of depreciation. The Assessor's Office maintains current data on every parcel in the district, which includes ownership information, maps of property lines, inventories of parcels and structures, and the value of all the property in the jurisdiction. Many offices also provide online property search databases.

Marion County Appraiser's Office Ocala FL 501 Southeast 25th Avenue 34471 352-368-8300


Marion County Auditor Office

Auditors are responsible for maintaining accurate financial records on properties, including the appraisal and assessment of a property's value, which is used to determine property taxes. Auditors collect data from on-site inspections, information submitted by owners, prior sales, and statistical analyses. The Auditor's Office maintains current data on property value, owner information, inventories of parcels and structures, and parcel maps. Many offices also provide online property search databases.

Ocala Auditor Ocala FL 110 Southeast Watula Avenue 34471 352-629-8580


Marion County Clerk Office

Clerks file important documents and preserve municipal records in order to maintain an archive for their municipality that can be accessed by the public. The Clerk's Office is a valuable source of information on property. The Clerk's Office contains documentation on real estate excise taxes, registered land, and property transactions, as well as land documents including deeds, mortgages, and liens on properties. Many offices provide online databases to access this information.

Marion County Clerk of Courts Ocala FL 110 Northwest 1st Avenue 34475 352-671-5604


Marion County Recorder Of Deeds

Recorders of Deeds maintain public records, particularly documents related to property, and make them available for public access. The Office of Recorder of Deeds is a valuable source of information on property. The Recorder of Deeds maintains documents on land transactions within its jurisdictions, including deeds, mortgages, surveys, and easements, as well as tax liens. Many offices provide online databases to access this information.

Marion County Recorder of Deeds Ocala FL PO Box 1030 34478 352-671-5630


Marion County Town & City Hall

The Town Hall or City Hall is the chief administrative office that runs the town or city. The Town Hall or City Hall often maintains records related to the locality, such as property taxes, property value assessments, and land transactions, as well as property sales and transfers.

Belleview City Hall Belleview FL 5343 Southeast Abshier Boulevard 34420 352-245-7021

Dunnellon City Hall Dunnellon FL 20750 River Drive 34431 352-465-8500

McIntosh City Hall McIntosh FL 5965 Avenue F 32664 352-591-1047

Ocala City Hall Ocala FL 3301 East Fort King Street 34470 352-629-8453


Marion County Treasurer & Tax Collector Office

The Treasurer and Tax Collector is responsible for the collection of property tax revenue. The Office of the Treasurer and Tax Collector maintains current property tax information, lists of sold parcels, and is also charged with the sale of properties due to a default on taxes. In some jurisdictions, property auctions run by the Treasurer and Tax Collector are online and open to the public.

Marion County Tax Collector Dunnellon FL 11203 North Williams Street 34432 352-465-4856

Marion County Tax Collector Silver Springs FL 15956 Florida 40 34488 352-368-8180

Marion County Tax Collector Belleview FL 10934 US-441 South 34420 352-368-8180

Marion County Tax Collector's Office Ocala FL 503 Southeast 25th Avenue 34471 352-368-8200