Read below or download the attached PDF guide to learn about the definitions of the search parameters within Site Identify.


Search Parameters – Definitions 

  • Owner Name – The Individual Owner or Entity Name
    • This can be a really useful parameter when searching for sites that a certain entity owns in a certain area
    • Example of an ownership search for “WC” below:
  • Absentee - An individual owner or entity that does not reside in the selected market's state (an out-of-state owner)


  • Assemblage - Adjacent parcels that have the same owner


  • Address – The address of the parcel as registered with the county


  • Dimensions - The parcel's dimensions (length and width) measured by either feet or meters


  • Property ID – The unique property ID number as registered with the county


  • Zip Code – Use this parameter to search for sites that are located within a specific zip code


  • Min. Acreage – Use this parameter to set minimum parcel acreage


  • Max. Acreage – Use this parameter to set a maximum parcel acreage


  • Min. Improvement Value – The minimum value of the improvements (building & infrastructure) as determined by the county appraiser


  • Max. Improvement Value – The maximum value of improvements (building & infrastructure) as determined by the county appraiser


  • Min. Total Value – The minimum total value of a parcel as determined by the county appraiser (buildings, infrastructure, land, etc.)
    • Setting a minimum total value can sometimes eliminate properties owned by government entities


  • Max. Total Value – The minimum total value of a parcel as determined by the county appraiser (buildings, infrastructure, land, etc.)
    • Setting a maximum value can often help eliminate properties that are operating close to their highest and best use


  • Land Use – The current land use as determined by the county appraiser


  • Base Zoning – A site’s base zoning
    • The base zoning will not be available in all municipalities
    • Type in the abbreviation of the base zoning to conduct this search
    • For example “MF” will be the abbreviation for multifamily in many municipalities