Real estate sales price information is not considered open record in Kansas (K.S.A. 79-1437f). A licensed appraiser or real estate broker may be able to help you find the information you seek.
County Clerk FAQ
List of frequently asked questions (FAQ) for County Clerk.
- How can I find out what a property sold for?
- How do I change the mailing address on my tax bill?
- How do I find out what the boundaries of my property are?
- How long does it take to get a certified property ownership list?
- What is a W-9?
- When are checks cut and mailed?
- Whom do I contact about an outstanding invoice?
Contact us or the Douglas County Treasurer by email, phone or US Mail and we will update your mailing address.
Contact the Register of Deeds to see if a plat or survey is on file for your property.
Usually a list can be ready in 24 to 48 hours. Special circumstances may require a longer time frame.
The W-9 is an IRS form requesting official information about a vendor. Douglas County, KS uses this information to report vendor payments to the IRS (via 1099M), when required. The W-9 should be completed and returned to Douglas County, not the IRS.
Usually checks are cut and mailed every Thursday after the County Commissioners have met on Wednesday afternoon and approve the Accounts Payable report. Occasionally, holidays or other circumstances change the schedule.