The real property unit identification number or property identifier grants access to information about the real property unit in for example the Land Information System or the Cadastre. For this reason you should find out what the property identifier of your real property unit is before contacting the National Land Survey.
The property identifier has the following format xxx-yyy-nnnn-zzzz, for example 092-416-11-123. The real property unit identification number is shown on extracts concerning the property in question, such as a real estate tax demand or certificate of title.
You can also use the map below to find out what the property identifier of your real property unit is:
- Move to the desired location by typing a place name, address or real property unit identification number in the Search field
- When your search by address, type the street name and the address number as well as the municipality in the Search field, e.g. Bendbyntie 5, Parainen. You can also search by street name only, without the address number.
- The list showing the search results can be closed by clicking the cross button in the upper right corner of the list. If you cannot see the cross button, move the scroll bar upwards.
- You can move the map by dragging it and holding down your left mouse button.
- You can zoom in or out on the map by clicking the + or - signs on the left side of the map.
- Property identifiers become visible once you have zoomed in close enough (the first or second level below the + sign).
Also on MapSite
Property boundaries and property identifiers are also shown on the MapSite. You may also print a map with property boundaries.