Do a web search for the real estate tax records for the county in which you live. Most now have the property information online. Hunt around the site for a little bit and you'll probably find a link to the tax records. If you enter the address - the main address for the complex - it should link you to the tax records, which will have the owner's name. If, by chance, you're in GA, I can be more specific. Update your question, with the county name, and I'll walk you through it.
by CJKatl - 18 hours ago
Check your lease, if you can't find info on that. Check with your local Housing Authority and they can help you find the proper chanels to report your landlord and possibly who owns the complex. Good Luck
by deelicious - 18 hours ago
Check the real estate tax records for your county. Most of them are posted online and you can just type in an address and find out who is paying taxes on that property.
by ♫ Sweet Honesty ♫ - 18 hours ago
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