Find your new 2011 residential property value - and compare it to the 2003 tax value - in our searchable database of more than 297,000 single-family homes, townhouses and residential land in Mecklenburg County.
The values listed were the original values assessed. They do not reflect any appeals or any discussion of revaluation.
Search tips: This is a very large database, and will only return 100 results per search. You may need to narrow your search. You don't have to fill in all the search fields. You can search by owner name, or by street name. You can click on any column header to reorder the data. You can also click on "details" to see the Mecklenburg property record. The numbers are based on the countys property data. Don't spell out the type of street. Instead use abbreviations, such as Rd for Road and ST for Street, if you spell out the whole street you might not get any results.
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