Baker County, Florida Property Records
The Property Appraiser will determine the value of all real and personal properties within the county. The Property Appraiser also will administer property exemptions and maintains the property database for all properties within the county.
Current Demographics of Baker County
According to the 2009 United States Census, Baker County had 26,336 residents, compared with Florida’s total population of 18,537,969. Baker County saw an increase in population by 18.3% from 2000 to 2009. There were 9,013 housing units in 2009, and the 2000 homeownership rate was 81.2%. The median value of owner-occupied housing units was $80,900 in 2000. The median household income in 2008 was $48,443. The per capita money income for 1999 was $15,164. The number of persons living below the poverty level was 15.3% in 2008. You can find more demographic facts at the United States Census QuickFacts website, located here: http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/12/12003.html.
On the business side of property records, there were 382 private non-farm establishments in 2007. 48.6% was the percent of change from 2000-2007 for private non-farm employment. 1,192 companies were non-employer establishments in 2007, while there was a total of 1,141 firms in 2002. 17.3% of firms were women-owned in 2002.
Local Property Records
Property records are held at the office of the Baker County Property Appraiser. Timothy B. Sweat is the current Property Appraiser. His office is located at 32 North 5th St., Suite B, Macclenny, FL 32063. The phone number to the office is (904) 259-3191. The fax number to the Property Appraiser is (904) 259-8221.
Additionally, you can search for properties within the county at http://www.bakerpa.com/GIS/Search_F.asp. You can search by name, address, parcel ID, geographic information, structure information, or sales information.