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How to make a request for a property record card

How to make a request for a property record card

A property record card lists the full details of a property. You have two options to make the request:

Last updated: 4/14/17
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Before you get started by mail

To make a request, we’ll need your contact information. You also must give us the property’s information, including the:

  • ward and parcel number
  • property address, and
  • property type (residential, commercial, industrial, or condominium).

Don't know the ward and parcel number? Look up the property through Assessing Online.

The fee is $5 for each parcel. You can pay by check or money order made payable to the City of Boston. If you’re requesting a card for a property you own, we will waive the $5 fee. You just need to sign your application.

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2

Complete your application

Please download, print out, and complete the property record card request application.

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3

Mail us your application

You can send your completed application and payment to:

Assessing Department, Property Record Card Request
1 City Hall Square, Room 301
Boston, MA 02201
United States
Step
1

Before you get started in person

To make a request, we’ll need your contact information. You also must give us the property’s information, including the:

  • ward and parcel number
  • property address, and
  • property type (residential, commercial, industrial, or condominium).

Don't know the ward and parcel number? Look up the property through Assessing Online.

The fee is $5 for each parcel. You can pay by cash, check, or money order made payable to the City of Boston. If you’re requesting a card for a property you own, we will waive the $5 fee. You just need to sign your application.

Step
2

Complete your application

Please download, print out, and complete the property record card request application. You can also fill out an application at Boston City Hall.

Step
3

Go to City Hall

You can drop off your completed application and payment — or fill out a new request — at Boston City Hall:

Assessing Department
1 City Hall Square, Room 301
Boston, MA 02201
United States
Office hours
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Contact:
1 CITY HALL SQUARE, ROOM 709
BOSTON, MA 02201