The Carroll County Clerk maintains public records for Carroll County, New Hampshire, including vital records like birth certificates and marriage licenses. They also keep a number of Carroll County property records, which include property appraisals, 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 Carroll County property taxes or tax liens. The Clerk Office may also provide information on how to appeal a Carroll County property appraisal and how to hire an independent appraiser, as well as a history of the property's appraisal values. These documents are valuable sources of information, particularly for current owners or potential buyers. Property appraisal records may be available to the public on the Clerk Office website.
Albany Town Clerk Albany NH 1972 NH Route 16, Unit A 03818 603-447-2877
Bartlett Town Clerk Intervale NH 56 Town Hall Road 03845 603-356-2300
Carroll County Clerk Ossipee NH 96 Water Village Road 03864 855-212-1234
Center Harbor Town Clerk Center Harbor NH 36 Main Street 03226 603-253-4561
Effingham Town Clerk Effingham NH 68 School Street 03882 603-539-7551
Freedom Town Clerk Freedom NH 33 Old Portland Road 03836 603-539-8269
Jackson Town Clerk Jackson NH 54 Main St 03846 603-383-6248
Madison Town Clerk Madison NH 1923 Village Road 03875 603-367-9931
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Tamworth Town Clerk Tamworth NH 84 Main Street 03886 603-323-7525
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The Carroll County Building Department creates and enforces building codes and zoning regulations in order to ensure the construction of safe buildings in Carroll County, New Hampshire. As part of this job, Building Departments maintain a number of property-related records, including information on property appraisals. These records may show past appraisal values, property tax assessments, Carroll County building code violations, and property improvements or renovations. The Carroll County Building Department must certify that building or renovation plans meet local New Hampshire city and county rules and regulations, and these reports list details about the property, the amount spent on improvements, and any violations, which makes them important sources for potential buyers or current property owners. These records may be available on the Building Department website.
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