Property Records and Maps

Habersham County's property assessment information, property cards and maps, and current information provided by the Tax Assessors' office is available online. The data is updated weekly, barring unforeseen circumstances.

Online access to all data is free; however, mortgage companies, real estate agents, fee appraisers and attorneys with special requests should contact QPublic, the firm contracted to provide this service, for purchase details.

Clicking on the qPublic Logo above will take you away from Habersham County's website. You will need to use Internet Explorer with Java®, not to be confused with Javascript®. If you do not have Java® installed, you can get it free from www.java.com

If you need help using the website, click on the "Help" link in the upper right-hand corner of the page. If you need additional assistance, or wish to purchase maps, contact QPublic directly

Maps and Parcels

Habersham County is divided into land districts and land lots, which are used in the legal description of deeds and plats to identify or locate properties within the county. Although the Tax Assessors office can use land district and land lot numbers to locate property, they use their own numbering system of map and parcel numbers.

The Tax Assessors' Office has the entire county mapped. There are approximately 180 maps containing around 23,000 parcels. Maps contain individual parcels showing the number of acres and the parcel number. Using the map and parcel number, someone can identify the owners of parcels of land and request other pertinent information about the property, such as deed, plat, zoning, and, if it is improved property, a sketch of principal buildings located on the property and a list of other buildings (such as sheds, barns, poultry houses, etc). "Improved property" is any property that is not vacant land.

All real property tax bills contain a map and parcel number that the property owner can use as a reference when requesting information from the Tax Assessors' or Tax Commissioner's office. The number is located under "Map Location" on the bill. "Real property" is land and any improvements, as opposed to "Personal Property", which is defined as being equipment of any kind, business equipment and inventory, boats, tractors, airplanes, etc. Personal Property is not assigned a map and parcel number.

Habersham County and QPublic Disclaimer

By clicking on the qPublic logo above, you will be taken to a county mapping system provided by QPublic. The mapping site will open a new browser. The entire risk associated with the use of the QPublic website resides with the user. Habersham County and QPublic do not represent or warrant that the QPublic website will meet the specific requirements of any person or will operate error-free or without interruption. 

All other conditions or warranties, expressed or implied, are disclaimed, including, but not limited to, fitness for any particular purpose or non-infringement. In no event will Habersham County or QPublic be liable for any loss of profits, loss of use, business interruption, loss of data, cost of cover or indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages of any kind in connection with or arising out of the user's use of the QPublic website.

Habersham County and QPublic make no warranties or representations as to the accuracy of information on the QPublic website, nor do they assume any liability or responsibility for any errors or omissions in its content.

Under no circumstances will Habersham County or QPublic be liable for any loss or damage caused directly or indirectly by the user's reliance on information obtained through the QPublic website. It is the user's sole responsibility to evaluate the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any information, opinion, advice or other content available through the QPublic website.

By clicking on the link, you agree to these terms and conditions. Please contact QPublic directly if you experience any difficulties, errors, or problems with the website. Please note: This link directs you to the search site. You can access QPublic’s main page via http://www.qpublic.net.