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1. Assessor's Parcel Number (APN)

The Assessor's Parcel Number is an identification number for property. It is a 9-digit number assigned to the property that identifies the location of the property on the Assessor's Maps. In most cases this is the number that is shown on your tax bill and is used by the Tax collector in identifying your tax payment for that particular parcel. An example of an APN is 086-0-083-015 The first three numbers identify the Assessor's Map Book (map book 086 in this example). The next single number is an added identifier for use with specialized properties. The next three numbers show the block on the map page (block 083 in the example above). The last three numbers show the location of the exact parcel on the block. The parcel numbering system is maintained and used for the sole purposes of identifying property for tax purposes. The Assessor is responsible for updating the parcel numbers as changes in real property occur.

 

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2. News Releases
Tags: Property Value, Situs, Property Address, APN, Assessor's Parcel Number
3. I applied for a loan on a lot, but the lender tells me that I must supply them with the new Assessor's Parcel Number (APN)

I recently applied for a loan on a new subdivision lot that I purchased, but the lender tells me that I must supply them with the new Assessor's Parcel Number ("APN"), covering my specific lot before they can process my loan application.  How do I get the new APN ?

Although it would certainly be convenient for your lender to have the new APN covering just your lot, it is our understanding that it is not required by law in order for your lender to complete the loan.

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4. ParcelQuest
Tags: Property Value, Situs, Property Address, APN, Assessor's Parcel Number
5. Official Assessor's Maps
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Mission Statement

The Assessor's Office is mandated by the California Constitution to annually prepare, and deliver a fair and accurate assessment roll. To accomplish this mandate the Assessor's Office must identify, determine ownership of and establish the taxable value of all land, improvements and personal property (including boats and aircraft) located in Tulare County. All these functions must be done in compliance with State, County and local laws. The information compiled in these mandated functions is annually delivered to the Auditor - Controller / Treasurer-Tax Collector / Registrar of Voters in the form of an assessment roll; and is also statistically reported to the State, the County Administrative Office and the public.

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