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Sales Search Help

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The Sales Search allows a group of sales to be selected for subsequent downloading to your personal computer. The selection criteria are specified on the Sales Search page.   Clicking on the        button takes you to the Sales Search Results page;  where you can preview the selected records before generating a text file to be downloaded.  Options for generating the text file are presented on the Sales Search Results page.

Maximum number of records to Display:  Enter a number between 1-1000
The Maximum number of records to display limits the number of records to be displayed on the Sales Search Results page.  Values between 1 and 500 are valid.  The default is 25.  This field has no effect on the number of records that will be generated in the text file.

All of the selection criteria which you specify on the Sales Search page are "ANDed" together.  This means that a sale must meet all of the specified criteria to be selected.  For example, specifying:

Exclude
Tax Area:  
Zip Code Group:   
will select all parcels in Tax Area 0015 with owner mailing addresses in Colorado.  No Colorado owners in other Tax Areas will be included; nor will parcels in Tax Area 0015 with out-of-state owners be selected.
The Exclude check box can be used to exclude parcels with specified criteria.  Checking Exclude has the same effect as saying "NOT".  For example specifying:
Exclude
Tax Area:  
Zip Code Group: 
will select all parcels in Tax Area 0015 with out-of-state owners.

If you specify no criterion for a given field, that field is ignored.  Any drop down box that Contains the word "All" is considered to have no criterion specified.  Any blank input field is considered to have no criterion specified.

Clicking the button will clear all selection criteria.

To prevent users from inadvertently selecting the entire database, clicking the Preview Search button without specifying any selection criteria is considered an error.  If you wish to generate a text file containing all records in the database, enter "0" in the Actual Value field under the Greater Than or Equal To column.   Since all values in the system are greater than or equal to zero, all records will be selected.

A detailed description of the selection criteria follows.


Properties are assigned an Account Type that can be used for searching. Any number of Account Types may be selected.  Press and hold the Ctrl key to make multiple selections.
 Account Type:    
Tax Area allows you to select an individual Tax Area.

Tax Area: 

 

Zip Code Group allows you to select parcels by the Zip Code of the owner's mailing address.  The individual Zip Codes are not selectable.   This grouping allows you to select (or exclude) parcels by in-state, in-county, or in-Fairplay owners.
Zip Code Group:   

You have the ability to define your own group of Subdivisions. You can select any number of Subdivisions to form a group.  Parcels that are in any one of the selected Subdivisions are considered to meet the Subdivision group criteria. In the example below (only a few of the available Subdivisions are listed), "BADGER CRK RCH NO 1" and "BADGER CRK RCH NO 2 are highlighted to indicate that they have been selected.  Parcels that are in either "BADGER CRK RCH NO 1" or BADGER CRK RCH NO 2" will meet the Subdivision group criteria. 
 Subdivision:    

The Subdivision group is "ANDed" with the other specified criteria.   If the Exclude box is checked, it applies to the Subdivision group collectively (a parcel is excluded if it is in one of the selected Subdivisions).

A Subdivision is selected when you click on it in the select box.  A selected Subdivision is highlighted.  Use the Ctrl key to make multiple Subdivision selections.  After selecting the first Subdivision, press and hold the CTRL key as you click on other Subdivisions to make additional selections.  All selected Subdivisions will be highlighted.

If you wish to select a number of consecutive Subdivisions from the select box, the Shift key provides a quick alternative to Using the Ctrl key.  After selecting the first Subdivision, press and hold the Enter key while clicking on the last Subdivision to be selected.  All of the Subdivisions from the first to the last (inclusive) will be highlighted.

Any number of Subdivisions may be selected.  Press and hold the Ctrl key to make multiple selections.
 Subdivision:    

The Grantor/Grantee Name allows you to select records based upon the specified name. A match can occur with either Grantor Name or Grantee Name.   The names of people are entered last name first with no punctuation.  For example:  SIMPSON HOMER J & MARGE B

Business names are entered in the normal way.

Grantor/Grantee Name searches are essentially wildcard searches.  Any name which begins with the specified name will match.  For example:

Grantor/Grantee Name: 
will match "Smith George A" as well as "Smithsonian Institute" and "Smith Betty Sue".  Specify as much of the name that is appropriate to your search. Name searches are not case sensitive.
Grantor/Grantee Name: 

Many parcels contain a metes and bounds description in the Legal Description. These parcels can be selected based upon the specified  Township (mandatory), Range (mandatory), and Section (optional).

The Sales Search Page constructs a search string based upon the Township, Range, and Section that you specify.  The search will retrieve records which contain that string anywhere in the Legal Description.  For example, specifying:

Township Range Section
Legal Description Search:
will retrieve records containing "T07 R72 S17" in the the Legal Description.  The following excerpt from a Legal Description contains a match:
T07 R72 S17 NE4
Township Range Section
Legal Description Search:
 
To search for a parcel by Physical Address, enter as much of the Street Name as you wish, and click Search.  To restrict the search to a specific street address, enter the Street Number as well as the Street Name.  To restrict the search to a specific city, enter the City along with the Street Name (and Street Number, if appropriate). 

Searching on the fields specified below will retrieve records for properties located on Main in Fairplay.  Properties on Maple in other towns will not be retrieved.

Street Name:    Street Address:    City: 
Street Name searches (like Grantor/Grantee Name searches) are essentially wildcard searches.  Any street name which begins with the specified name will match.   City must be an exact match.  Neither Street Name nor City are case sensitive.  Street Number must be an exact match.

Any number of Economic Areas may be selected.  Press and hold the Ctrl key to make multiple selections.
Economic Area: 
Each building is assigned an Improvement Property Type that can be used for searching. If a property has more than one building, any building with a selected Improvement Property Type will cause the property to be selected. Any number of Improvement Property Types may be selected.  Press and hold the Ctrl key to make multiple selections.
 Improvement Property Type:  

The following searches accept a range of values.
Greater Than or Equal To Less Than or Equal To
For Sale date, you can specify a minimum value in the "Greater Than or Equal To" column, a maximum value in the "Less Than or Equal To" column, or both. For example:
Sale Date: 
will select sales in February, 1999.

For Sale price, you can specify a minimum value in the "Greater Than or Equal To" column, a maximum value in the "Less Than or Equal To" column, or both. For example:
Sale Price: 
will select sales priced between $500,000 and $1,000,000.

For Acres, you can specify a minimum value in the "Greater Than or Equal To" column, a maximum value in the "Less Than or Equal To" column, or both. For example:
Acres: 
will select sales between 40 and 100 Acres.

The Sort Option determines the order in which the records will be displayed on the Sales Search Results page. The Sort Option has no effect on the order of the records output in the text file.
Parcel Number, Sale Date sorts by Schedule Number and then by Sale Date within Schedule Number.
Sale Date, Schedule Number sorts by Sale Date and then by Schedule Number within Sale Date.

Sort Option for Preview
  Schedule Number, Sale Date   Sale Date, Schedule Number

Maximum number of records to Display:  Enter a number between 1-1000      


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