Last Update: May 5, 2022
Real Estate Property Data Files
Ownership, sale information and property detail for all Wake County real estate parcels is available for download. The data files are refreshed daily and reflect property values as of the most recent countywide reappraisal. The full Wake County real estate file is available in the following formats: RealEstDataMMDDYYYY.xlsx.
Actived: 1 days ago
Search Real Estate Records
(8 days ago) Search Real Estate Records. Wake County deeds, survey and highway maps, nuptial agreements, restrictive covenants and other documents are recorded at this office. The public has access to these records, some going back to 1785. Find out how to search records online using the Wake County Consolidated Real Property Index.
Real Estate Tax Bill Files
(6 days ago) Real Estate Tax Bill Files. Download all current tax year real estate accounts and the delinquent real estate accounts for all tax years. Real estate tax bill and delinquent files are available for download in spreadsheet and zipped text file formats. The content of these files is refreshed daily.
February 2022’s Median Sales Price for Wake County Real
(1 days ago) Real estate lending activity in February 2022 decreased slightly by 1.5% from January 2022’s level and compared to February 2021, it was down 36%. There were 4,764 deed of trust transactions in February 2022, where January 2022’s deed of trust transactions showed 4,838. Real estate lending activity has two primary components.
Abatements & Assessment Liens
(5 days ago) Real estate accounts having abatement amounts charged to this office for collection will be displayed on our online Tax Bill Search with a ‘LIEN’ flag. For information regarding nuisance abatements, please call the appropriate jurisdiction: Town of Zebulon 919-269-2611. Town of Wendell 919-365-4450. Town of Knightdale 919-217-2220.
Description of Business Property
(3 days ago) The real estate valuation includes such items as floor covering, wall covering, ceilings, normal lighting, heating, air conditioning, sprinkler systems, paving, outdoor fencing and area lighting. Refer to the property classification schedule to to determine if items are considered real property or personal property.
(6 days ago) That term is defined by North Carolina General Statute to mean, "a taxpayer engaged in the business of buying real property, making improvements to it, and reselling it." For both residential and commercial properties, the exclusion applies to improvements made on or after July 1, 2015, and applies to taxes levied for tax years beginning on or
Search & Pay Tax Bills
(4 days ago) The Wake County Department of Tax Administration appraises real estate and personal property within the county, as well as generating and collecting the tax bills. The department also collects gross receipts taxes. Find important information on the department’s listing and appraisal methods, tax relief and deferment programs, exempt property
Deferred Tax Programs
(9 days ago) Real property designated as a historic structure or site by a local ordinance adopted pursuant to G.S. 160A-399.4 or designated as a historic landmark by a local ordinance adopted pursuant to G.S. 160A-400.5 is designated a special class of property under authority of Article V, Section 2(2) of the North Carolina Constitution
January 2022’s Median Sales Price for Wake County Real
(4 days ago) Aggregate value of real estate transactions. The following chart shows the aggregate dollar value of real estate transactions in Wake County for each month from 2020 through year-to-date 2022. Because real estate transactions tend to be seasonal, it is useful to compare monthly results to the corresponding month of prior years.
Real Estate Document Request
(7 days ago) A certified copy of a real estate document is: $5 for the first page*. $2 each additional page. A certified copy of a map is $5 per copy. All deeds from 1785 to the present are available through our website via the Wake County Consolidated Real Property Index system free of charge. * We do not charge a fee for the Wake County ROD trailer page.
Recording and Real Estate
(7 days ago) Recording and Real Estate. The Register of Deeds provides online documents and index data back to 1785. Apply for a Marriage License, Request Birth, Marriage or Death Certificates, Review Adoption and Legal Name change information, Notary Public Oath and office policies. Find out how to search records online using the Wake County Consolidated
Maps, Apps & Data
(7 days ago) Wake County GIS provides an interactive map of the county with dozens of layers. We also have special purpose apps, frequently requested PDF maps and customized maps. The data used in making these maps is available for download at the Open Data site.
Accepted Plat and Subdivision Map Sizes Wake County
(8 days ago) Accepted Plat and Subdivision Map Sizes. The Wake County Register of Deeds accepts the recording of land plat maps that conform to the following sizes: 18 x 24 inches. 21 x 30 inches. 24 x 36 inches. These sizes are legislated by the NC General Statute ( § 47-30 (a) ).
Appealing Tax Values
(Just Now) Attention: Real Estate Appeal P.O. Box 2331 Raleigh NC 27602. A county real estate appraiser will review the property and any supporting information provided to determine if a change in value is justified. You will be notified of the results and have the option of accepting the appraiser's recommendation or appealing further.
Benefits of eRecording
(7 days ago) The Wake County Register of Deeds is pleased to announce that the Registry is now accepting all documents except maps for electronic recording (eRecording). This service expansion will greatly benefit the citizens of Wake County by streamlining the recording process. Among the benefits of electronic recording to our customers and to Wake County's taxpayers
Register of Deeds Wake County Government
(8 days ago) Record Real Estate Documents, Maps and Legal Documents, Business Names, Take Notary Public Oath, Apply for a Marriage License Contact. Wake County Register of Deeds. Business Hours Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Complete list of contact information 919-856-5460
Keeping the castle: a tale of romance, riches, and real estate
(6 days ago) Keeping the Castle: A Tale of Romance, Riches, and Real Estate. First edition. New York: Viking, 2012. Print. Note! Citation formats are based on standards as of July 2010. Citations contain only title, author, edition, publisher, and year published. Citations should be used as a guideline and should be double checked for accuracy.
(3 days ago) Personal Property tax statements are normally mailed to owners in July of each year. If you do not receive your statement by September 1, please contact our office to request a duplicate. Property taxes not paid in full by January 5 following billing are assessed an interest charge of 2% for the month of January and an additional ¾ of 1% each
Recording and Document Fees
(5 days ago) Deeds of Trust and Mortgages. $64 first 35 pages. $4 each additional page. Amendment to Deed of Trust. $26 first 15 pages. $4 each additional page. All other Documents / Instruments / Assumed Name (DBA) $26 first 15 pages. $4 each additional page.
Wake County Tax Information
(6 days ago) Prepared Food and Beverages – This tax is applicable to all prepared food and beverages sold at retail for consumption, on or off the premises, by any retailer with sales in Wake County that are subject to sales tax imposed by the State under G.S. 105-64.4(a)(1). This tax is collected by the merchant, in addition to N.C. State Sales Tax, and is remitted to the County on a monthly basis.
Wake County Enslaved Persons Project
(8 days ago) The Enslaved Persons Project is a collaborative endeavor between the University of North Carolina Greensboro Libraries , North Carolina Division of Archives and Records , Wake County Register of Deeds and Shaw University . The goal is to create a centralized database of information about formerly enslaved people contained in bills of sale from
Definitions Of Commonly Recorded Documents Wake County
(8 days ago) A document that legally transfers ownership of property (real estate) from one person (grantor) to another (grantee). DEED OF EASEMENT: A document in which the owner of real estate gives another the right to use owner's land for a special purpose such as access across one's property to get to another’s property.
Public Records Information
(Just Now) For questions related to data found in real estate deeds, recording of legal documents, marriage licenses, birth and death records or notary oaths, contact the Register of Deeds Office at wakegov.com or call 919-856-5460. Voter Records.
Wake County Real Estate Activity Continued Strong Gains in
(5 days ago) Real estate lending. This chart shows the number of deeds of trust recorded in Wake County for each month from 2019 through 2021. A deed of trust is the legal instrument used in North Carolina to secure a loan with real estate used as collateral.