Florida Parcel Maps and Data

Parcel maps show the boundaries of real property. The term plat map is often used interchangeably. Each parcel has a large amount of information related to it, such as owner name, mailing address, sales data, and site address.

The main purpose of parcel maps and data is tax assessment. Each county in Florida elects a Property Appraiser to oversee the assessment of all real property parcels within the county. The Property Appraiser's office collects a large amount of data for each parcel in order to come up with an accurate assessment for the tax roll.

The Property Appraiser's office assigns a market value to each property once per year based on recent sales of similar properties. Property taxes for each parcel are then levied based on market value, exemptions, and millage rates defined by local governments. The tax rolls are reviewed and certified by the Florida Department of Revenue around October of each year.

GIS Parcel and Taxroll Data

MapWise collects GIS parcel data and tax roll data from all 67 Property Appraisers in Florida, standardizes the data to a common format and makes it available in an online GIS map application. Florida Tax Parcel Owners Grouped

The advantage of using our services is to save time when researching property, especially across multiple counties. We provide a single unified interface to property information in Florida. In addition, we provide many different types of maps that you can review along with property boundaries such as FEMA flood zone maps, wetlands, aerial photography, elevation and more.

Use parcel information to:

  • Find vacant land for development.
  • Analyze real estate sales.
  • Research property owner information.
  • Generate mailing lists that target specific geographic areas.
  • Perform due diligence on properties.

Search, Display and Print Property Maps and Records

Use the GIS Map Viewer to search parcels by a wide variety of criteria, show selected parcels on the map, print maps and more.

  • Search by Parcel Identification Number (PIN), site address, owner name, sale date, sale price, legal description, and more.
  • View property boundaries with aerial photos, flood zones, wetlands, elevation, streets, and more.
  • Label parcels by PIN, altkey, owner name, and site address number.
  • View recent sales shaded by year and labeled on the map.
  • View current land use shaded by parcel.
  • Use "i-tool" to click on a parcel and view property record information.
  • Use the Select Parcels tool to select parcels on the map by point, line or polygon.
  • Measure length and area on the map.
  • Draw your own custom points, lines, polygons and labels on the map.
  • Print PDF format maps at 11x8.5, 11x17 or 24x36 maps in portrait or landscape format.

Parcel Map Layer Samples

The following examples are just a few of the ways parcels can be visualized.

Current Land Use
Florida Parcels Land Use Example
Recent Sales by Year
Florida Parcels Recent Sales Map Example
Measure Length and Area of Parcels
Measure Parcel Length and Area
Site Address Labels
Florida Parcels Street Address Numbers Map Example
Building Year Built
Florida Parcels Year Built Shading Map Example
Parcels over 9 acres Grouped by Owner Name
Florida Parcels Grouped by Owner Name

Parcel Search

Search Florida Parcel Records Statewide

Search Results

Search Results for Florida Real Estate Records

Export Parcel Records

You can export up to 50,000 records resulting from a search to Excel, tab-delimited text, or Shapefile format.

Property Information

Following is a snapshot of the Parcel Details page available for every parcel in the state of Florida. The available information varies somewhat depending on the county. Some counties also include a direct link to the county appraiser's web page for the property and/or the official records page for each sale associated with the property.

Parcel Details part 1 Parcel Details part 2

Data Standardization

MapWise standardizes parcel tax roll data to match a common format. If you are viewing property records online, this saves you time by viewing information in a consistent format. If you are using GIS to work with the data, data standardization saves you an enormous amount of time spent trying to figure out and process the various database formats provided by the different property appraisers.

Data Update Frequency

The schedule for updating parcel data varies by county. The certified tax rolls are made available in Nov/Dec of the current year. Updates to the certified tax rolls include owner name, mailing address, sales, and for some counties valuations. Parcel lines are updated quarterly, semi-annually or annually, depending on the county.

Monthly Updates:
Alachua, Bay, Brevard, Broward, Charlotte, Citrus, Clay, Collier, Columbia, Desoto, Duval, Escambia, Flagler, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Indian River, Lake, Lee, Leon, Levy, Manatee, Marion, Martin, Miami-Dade, Monroe, Nassau, Okaloosa, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola, Palm Beach, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Santa Rosa, Sarasota, Seminole, St Johns, St Lucie, Sumter, Walton and Volusia.

Bi-monthly Updates:
Baker, Bradford, Calhoun, Dixie, Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Gulf, Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Liberty, Madison, Putnam, Suwannee, Taylor, Union, Wakulla, and Washington.

Parcel Data Sales

If you have your own GIS software and are interested in just parcel data, MapWise sells standardized parcel data by county for use in your GIS software. Shapefiles include 100+ columns of information. All properties are included, including condos. Please contact us for more information.