Yes, you can search for a property using an APN number. First, enter the county, city and state, or ZIP code of the property in the Search bar. Search for “All Properties,” not only properties for sale. Then, open the Advanced Search form and enter the property’s APN number. An APN search can be done with or without county-specific formatting.
To search by multiple APN numbers, enter the APN numbers separated by a semicolon. You can search for several at a time.
You can also filter your search results using an APN number. Enter the number in the “Filter by APN Number” field in the left-hand column on the Search Results page. You must preserve hyphens when entering the APN number. For instance, enter 159-25-113 instead of 15925113. Then click the "Apply" button.
On the History tab of the Property Details page, in the prior sales transactions section, there is a Multi-APN Flag. The field provides visibility to users when multiple APNs were associated with prior sales transactions.