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Q. How do I find out what a property sold for?

If you know the address or parcel number of the property, you may use our Property Search page to look up sales information. Simply enter the information in the appropriate search box, and then hit “Search”. The sales information will be located in the “Sales” section of the property record page. Sales that occurred before 1995 will not display because they occurred before the city went to a computerized system, however, you may contact our office and we would be happy to find that information on our paper property records.

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The Mason City Assessor's main responsibility is to list and value all real property within their jurisdiction. This includes residential, multi-residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural classes of property. The City Assessor's Office exists by city ordinance and is governed by the City Conference Board. The Conference Board has three voting units and the Mayor is the chairperson.