Property information search
Get information on Hennepin County properties, including taxes due (tax statement), current and prior year taxes, assessment values, tax parcel description and sales information. Search now.
Real estate recording information
Legal documents from real estate transactions related to property within Hennepin County, and other documents such as military separations and tax liens are recorded here. Read more.
Real estate document copies and research
Free on-site public viewing of all documents recorded and filed with us. Copies of documents are available for a fee. Read more.
Access county land records in person or online. Unlimited online access is available for a subscription. Search property records online.
Examiner of Titles
Attorneys, title insurance companies, real estate brokers, mortgage companies, and real estate owners interact with this office for legal issues related to registered land. Get instructions and forms.
The homestead program may qualify a property for a reduced classification rate, reduced taxable market value, property tax refund, and special program eligibility. Read more.
If you, the buyer or renter, feel you have been discriminated against by a seller or landlord, you have certain legal rights. Read more.
Federal housing programs
Federal funding creates and preserves affordable housing stock and community public service programs. Read more.
Lead-based paint and Healthy Homes program
Grant assistance to repair and safely remove health hazards in homes, including lead paint, radon, moisture, trips and falls, and other safety issues. Read more.
Home repairs program
Loans for qualified households of up to $30,000 for home repairs and maintenance. Read more.
Learn about the tax-forfeited land program and find properties to purchase. Read more.
The Sheriff's foreclosures database gives information on sales of real estate conducted by the Sheriff. Learn more.
The public can buy various types of county property through sealed bids, requests for proposals and auctions. Property can include county vehicles, buildings, office furniture and land. Read more.