Parcel mapping is a visual representation of the cadastral information from deeds, plats and surveys. It is not intended to serve as a substitute for these sources.
Property Mapping FAQ
My property lines are not correct. How can I fix this?
Please contact our office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org at or by phone at 919-856-6370.
What is the acreage of my parcel?
Acreage is available on iMAPS or the Real Estate Search page.
How do I change the property description for my parcel?
Please contact our office by email at email@example.com or by phone at 919-856-6370.
How can I obtain a recorded survey or deed of my property?
Contact the Register of Deeds Office.
How are PINs determined?
Every parcel of land is identified by a Parcel Identifier Number. The PIN geographically locates each parcel. It is made up of a combination of easting and northing grid coordinates of the center of the parcel. When the parcel boundaries change, the PIN changes.
How can I find out the owner of a property?
Ownership information is available on iMAPS or the Real Estate Search page.
How do I change the parcel owner name or mailing address?
Contact the Tax Administration Office.