An online calculator provided by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to help you determine the excise tax on a given property.
An online source provided by the US Postal Service to help you find a Zip Code by address, or alternately, a City by Zip Code.
A collection of Forms and Instructions on the New Hampshire Real Estate Transfer Tax. The forms are fillable PDF forms which can be opened, completed, and saved.
This PDF document is the product of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Real Property Law Section, and represents the fourteenth revision of New Hampshire Bar Association Title Examination Standards, first published in 1954.
A collection of PDF and Excel documents providing New Hampshire Municipal Property Tax Rates & Related Data by year from 2009–2016.
Data and information contained within spreadsheets posted to the internet by the Department of Revenue Administration (“Department”) is intended for informational purposes only.
Vision Government Solutions is a leading supplier of land parcel management software technology and services to local government organizations, enabling efficient assessment, billing, collections, mapping, and permitting. Linked page provides assessment data for towns in New Hampshire.
The New Hampshire Registry of Deeds processes information as it relates to the selling and buying of real property. It is a public office open to the legal profession and general public for researching the records. The linked page provides links to NH Registries by county.
Interested in researching a town or city in New Hampshire? This page will take you directly to the town or city’s Web Site. New Hampshire has 10 counties, 13 cities, 221 towns, and 25 unincorporated places.
The NH Tax Kiosk is an online resource for New Hampshire municipalities that enables taxpayers, banks, real estate services, and mortgage and title companies to view the status of current and recent tax bills.
The Massachusetts Land Records website provides you with quick access to land records across the State. For questions regarding use of the site, searching of particular documents, or general questions about Registry policies, please contact the specific Registry of Deeds directly.
Massachusetts is divided into 21 registry districts with an elected Register of Deeds responsible for each office. Documents related to the ownership of real estate within the district are recorded at the Registry of Deeds.