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assessor parcel number (apn)- how to find
To find your home’s APN, go to your local county assessor’s office website and search for your address. There you can see information regarding your APN, lot size, home type, property tax history, and sale price history.
Synonyms include: Assessor’s Identification Number (AIN), County Assessor’s Parcel I.D., Property Identification Number (PIN), Property Account Number, Tax Account Number
- Maricopa County Parcel Search: Maricopa County Assessor’s Office
- Pinal County Parcel Search: Parcel Search – Pinal County (pinalcountyaz.gov)
assessor parcel number (apn)- definition
An Assessor Parcel Number (APN) is a unique number assigned to each parcel of land by a county tax assessor. The APN is based on formatting codes depending on the home’s location. The local government uses APNs to identify and keep track of land ownership for property tax purposes.