Sales disclosures must be filled out for a transaction that has valuable consideration (a monetary value) or if there is a cause number involved (court case) as in the case of a divorce. This includes Sheriff's sales and Tax sales.
Read the DLGF Sales Disclosure FAQs.
Sales Disclosure Important Information
Here is a short list of items to keep in mind:
- Please make sure to fill out the entire sales disclosure form complete with all signatures. If the form is not filled out completely, it cannot be stamped to move on to the next step in the Auditor's office. If and only if you are not filing for your homestead exemption, you do not need to give the social security number or drivers license number.
- Everything that is entered throughout the week gets posted onto our site the following Monday. However, please keep in mind that it may take a few weeks to process the forms before we are able to enter the forms onto the website.
- You do not need to bring in the instruction sheets that are included with the Sales Disclosure forms. In fact, you only need to print the first three pages of the Sales Disclosure forms. However, please be sure to read the attached instructions.
- If an attorney was given the power to act on the sales disclosures, be sure that a signed and complete Power of Attorney form is attached.
- Try to use Postal Service Standard abbreviations whenever possible for addresses. For example, Street is ST, Boulevard is BLVD, and West is W. View the complete list of the USPS standard abbreviations.
If you have any additional questions, you can access the DLGF Frequently Asked Questions on Sales Disclosures or call the Assessor's office at 765-423-9255.
To find sales disclosures online, you can search for the parcels through Beacon or the GIS System.