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The RETT (Real Estate Transfer Tax) allows you to search for a specific record, or through multiple records, and to view PA-34's.

If you know the specific record you're looking for, you can search for it in the Single Search located at the top of the page, however this requires that you know the specific Book & Page numbers. Once you've entered these fields, you can find a field for the record populated at the bottom of the page.

If you don't have the Book & Page numbers for the record you're trying to find you can use the Multiple Search. Begin by entering a range of dates where the record may be between, as well as a min and max range for its calculated price. You can also enter the Deed Type, Property Codes, and the names of the Grantor or Grantee to narrow down the search, but none of these are required. Lastly, you can check "only show records that have a PA-34" to narrow your search down even further to find these specific record types.

The red "X's" beside each field means that the field hasn't been filled out. It is like this by default, and doesn't mean that the field is required.

If you're search range is vague, you can start your search by clicking the "Get Totals" button. This will replace the default red "X" with the total number of records found between those ranges.

When you hit the "Multiple Search" button, a table will populate with the results at the bottom of the page. This table uses the same functionality as the other tables found throughout the site. That is, you can change the amount of entries shown on one page and the search function is dynamic, allowing you to enter the detail of any record you're looking for and it will automatically populate those results based on whatever you choose to begin searching. 

After the table is populated, you'll notice that records with a PA-34 have either a blue or green "View" button. Because of the nature of the data, some of it goes back many years and the records are included as scans of these physical records. 

If the button is green then it will appear as a form created directly from the database. 

If the button is blue, then it is a scan of a physical record.

Lastly, you can use the "Export" button to save the multiple search results into a Comma-Separated Value (.csv) file.