Notice: As of mid-March 2023, the MOD IV Historical Database has temporality removed access to the "Owner’s Name” field. This has been done to ensure the database is compliant with “Daniel’s Law” (P.L. 2021, c.371). We have done this because we are unable to reliably identify parcels of covered persons and are thus obligated to remove all owner information to ensure compliance. It is our expectation that as the law’s processes evolve over the next year or two, we will be able to bring the system into compliance and display the Owner’s Name field when allowed under the law.
However, if you represent a government agency or researcher at a state higher education institution that needs access to owner information for official work, please contact us (use the “Report a Problem” link above) to explain your circumstances and we will attempt to assist you.
This is searchable database with download capability that includes over 30 years of New Jersey real estate parcel data maintained by municipal assessors. The About Page includes details about what is in the database, it’s features, usage tools, and some simple rules about its use.
The HDB is a project of the Bloustein Local Government Research Center, a unit of the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers, and financially supported by the NJ Department of Community Affairs. The development of the database and application was undertaken by, and is managed by the Office of Research Analytics of the New Jersey Agricultural Research Station, a unit of the Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences (aka, Cook College, the original Rutgers Land Grant College).