How to Get an Address for Land

Are you planning to buy or sell a parcel of land soon? If so, you are probably wondering how to get an address for land. Unlike other property types such as houses or commercial buildings, getting an address is very simple. Imagine driving through endless fields and vacant lots in a rural area – rarely will you find a mailbox that indicates the actual land address. 

More often than not, when a house, commercial area or building is occupied by people or frequented by visitors, it is easier to get its address. The owner can provide you with the actual address or you can do a quick Google Maps search.

Here is an example of a Google Maps search on Tallahassee International Airport. Without even having to go on the airport’s official website, the map can tell you that the address is 3300 Capital Cir SW, Tallahassee, FL 32310, United States. 

Google Maps Florida

On the other hand, we tried clicking on a random patch of what appears to be vacant rural land near the outskirts of Tallahassee. While Google Maps indicated that it is found in Leon County, FL, and its actual coordinates, it doesn’t give the usual address that we would expect if we were to search houses or offices. So if you were to go exactly to the place pinned on the map, it would be best if your mobile data is available in this location so you won’t lose your way. 

Rural Land Address Florida

How to Get an Address for Land Through Public Records

Previously, we discussed APN numbers here on Land Soar. The number can be found in your property tax bill. When you don’t have a record of your property’s APN number, you may get in touch with the property assessor of the county where the land is located. You can get the contact details of property assessors according to the county here

More often than not, for as long as you have an APN number, which allows you to make payments for property tax, then the address for land should be readily available. These addresses may also be seen in land titles and land patents. Especially if the rural land is undeveloped, no matter how many acres it is spread across, it would only have one address. Once the land is developed, streets and structures are built, then there would be more specific addresses available. 

How to Get an Address for Land

Sell Rural Land in Florida

One reason to find out how to get an address for land is if you’re buying or selling one. Naturally, when you are speaking to a buyer or seller to come up with a transaction, you have to give the precise location of the land for sale. For those who are already familiar with rural land buying and selling, you already know that the address wouldn’t look the same as it would if you were purchasing a small piece of land in a developed area. 

More often than not, when property taxes are paid regularly and if all documentation such as land titles are updated, then the address of land would be readily available. If not, then it would be best to ask for assistance from real estate buying and selling experts. If you need help in selling your rural land in Florida, reach out to the Land Soar staff for assistance. By working with us, you don’t have to go through the inconvenience of having to look for all the information you need on your own including the land address. For inquiries, just fill up this sell your land form and we will get back to you as soon as possible! You may also call 386-200-5001 for details.