Alamance County Tax Appraisal (North Carolina)

An Assessor Office is responsible for appraising all the taxable property in Alamance County, North Carolina. These Alamance County tax appraisals are used to calculate property taxes. Assessors maintain a number of documents related to tax appraisals, including property inspections, appraisal reports, and building, improvement, and renovation reports. Their office also keeps records on Alamance County property tax assessments, current and former property owners, the property's size and location, and any unpaid property taxes or tax liens. The Alamance County Assessor Office may also provide information on how to appeal an appraisal, how to hire an independent appraiser, and a history of a property's appraisals. The Assessor Office may provide online access to tax appraisal records on their website.

Alamance County Assessor's Office Graham NC 124 West Elm Street 27253 336-228-1312


A Clerk Office maintains public records, such as birth certificates, marriage licenses, and property records in Alamance County, North Carolina. They keep a number of property-related records, including Alamance County tax appraisal reports, property inspections, and property tax assessments. These records list the current and former owners, provide details about the property such as its size and location, and show any unpaid property taxes, tax liens, or foreclosures. The Clerk Office may also provide information on how to appeal an Alamance County tax appraisal, how to hire an independent appraiser, and a historical report of the property's appraisal values. These documents are valuable sources of information for property owners and potential buyers. Alamance County Tax appraisal records and other property documents may be available on the Clerk Office website.

Alamance County Clerk Graham NC 124 West Elm Street 27253 336-570-4042


A Recorder of Deeds ensures the accuracy of property, land, and property tax records in Alamance County, North Carolina. As part of this job, they keep a range of real estate and property records, including tax appraisals. These records include information on property tax appraisals, past appraisal values, property improvements and renovations, and Alamance County property tax assessments. The Recorder of Deeds can also provide information on the current and former owners of any property, the property's location and size, and its payment history, such as tax liens, unpaid property taxes, or foreclosures. These Alamance County public tax records can be useful for prospective buyers when evaluating a property. Recorders of Deeds may provide online access to their Alamance County tax appraisal records.

Alamance County Recorder of Deeds Graham NC PO Box 837 27253 336-570-6565

A Town or City Hall provides a range of municipal services for their town or city, including maintaining reports and records such as tax appraisal reports in Alamance County, North Carolina. These records include information on property tax appraisals, a property's past appraisal values, property tax assessments, and any property improvements or renovations in Alamance County. The Town or City Hall maintains records on the current and former owners of all properties in their jurisdiction, descriptions of the property's location and size, and the property tax payment history, such as tax liens, unpaid property taxes, or foreclosures. These Alamance County tax records can be important documents when evaluating a property. Town and City Halls may provide tax appraisal records on their website.

Alamance Village Town Hall Alamance NC 2874 Rob Shepard Drive 27201 336-226-0033

Graham City Hall Graham NC 201 South Main Street 27253 336-570-6700

Green Level Town Hall Green Level NC 2510 Green Level Church Road 27217 336-578-3443

Haw River Town Hall Haw River NC 403 East Main Street 27258 336-578-0784

Mebane City Hall Mebane NC 106 East Washington Street, Ste 3 27302 919-563-5901