The Real Estate Folio Number, also known as Parcel Number or Property ID Number, is a 13 digit sequence that is particular to a single piece of property.
You can search for a real estate folio number by address or name using the Property Search application.
Each digit, or set of digits, has a meaning or origin in the composition of the Folio Number.
The folio number consists of 13 numbers (i.e. 00-0000-000-0000).
- The first 2 digits represent the municipality code. The number 30 has been reserved to represent the unincorporated areas of Miami-Dade County.
- The next 4 digits identify the location on a map, based on Township, Range and Section
- Townships run from North to south in ascending order, from 51 to 60. Each township is six square miles, divided into 36 sections.
- Ranges run from West to East in ascending order from 35 to 42.
- Sections determine the location within a township and range. A section is one square mile (1 square mile = 640 acres).
- The next three digits represent the subdivision, acreage or plat.
- 000 = a subdivision that has not been platted
- 001 = the first plat within the section of the township and range.
- The final four digits represent the parcel number, the actual location of a property.