Property Records Lien Search Requests

Requests from interested parties can be made for the City to check its records for outstanding liens against a property.   There is a fee associated with this search of records and it will disclose any liens and special assessments, unpaid utilities (water, sewer, and garbage), open/expired permits, and code enforcement violations. A property search report form is required for each address.

All property search requests can be emailed, faxed, or mailed to the City Clerk’s Office.


The City of Longwood charges a flat fee of $25 per parcel, per property search.  Search includes building permits, code violations, utility balances, liens, and special assessments.  A separate property search report form is requested for each address.
Payment must be received before the search will be processed.
We request the use of the City Property Search Report form. Call (407) 260-3444 to request a copy of the form or email the Clerk.


Requests are handled in the order in which they are received, as quickly as possible, depending on the current request volume.   Please allow 5 to 7 business days for results to be returned.  Results are valid for a period of two (2) weeks from the date completed.  After two weeks, if an update is requested, it is considered a new request and an additional payment of $25 will be required.


Complete the Property Search Report form and email the Clerk, fax it to (407) 260-3419, or mail it to the address below.  Mail payment (check made payable to the “City of Longwood”) along with a copy of the form to:

City of Longwood

Attn: City Clerk’s Office 

175 West Warren Avenue 

Longwood, FL  32750

Payment must be received before the search will be processed.

The requesting party assumes all responsibility for the accuracy and completeness of property information provided.  Some properties may have more than one corresponding address due to having numerous buildings/suites and all relevant addresses for each building must be provided.  Failure to place the correct information on the form may delay the processing of the request.

Please also check with the Seminole County Clerk of Courts for any and all liens or other documents recorded against the property and/or property owner.

Note:  If you are unsure whether the property is located within the city limits of Longwood, check the Taxing District on the Seminole County Property Appraiser’s website.