New Jersey’s Largest Property Database

Simplified access to current & historical property records and maps

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Your Ultimate NJ Property Records Source

View tax assessment records for free. Browse, Filter, and Export the data to Microsoft Excel. Property records are updated on a weekly basis.

When were looking for the most current tax records online, we always use We’ve compare multiple sites and always found the most current records here and for free!

David Shround, CommRealty, LLC

Browse Statewide Tax Assessment Maps

Tax Maps are crucial documents for determining property dimensions, right of ways, acreage, and other parcel information. Properties are linked directly to the tax map sheet the block/lot is located on.

The ability to draw, annotate, email and crop the tax maps have been a great asset to our company. With a few clicks, I can now email my clients their properties tax map with my notes attached.

Susan Nora, ApprisalQ, LLC

Visualize GIS Property Data

Explore properties on our interactive map which features a variety of layers, including: Parcel Boundaries, FEMA Flood Dta, Utility Providers, School Zonel, POI’s Historical Aerial Imagery, Topographic Map, Sewer Service Areas, Water Purveyors, Wetlands, Watersheds, Bedrock Geology, and much more! You can even request a dataset for us to add.

Our team often uses the Measrue Tool on the Map Explorer page whenever a FEMA Flood Layer or Wetland is in contact with a property. This tool allows us to make property development decisions more efficiently.

Thomas Gardley, Meric Builders, LLC

Generate Detailed Reports

Save, Download, and Share detailed property reports with clients. You can customize what fields and data are added to the reports.

Each of our clients receive a property report generated from NJPR whenever we put together a property portfolio. The information seen on these reports are incredibly useful for our work.

Sarah Huges, EPProperty, LLC
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