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Search for Unclaimed Property

The State of Tennessee Unclaimed Property Division is eager to help you locate any lost assets that may be entitled to you. There are three different searches that you can perform. Below is an explanation of each search and a link to that search home page. Note: Each link will take you to a website outside the State of Tennessee’s website.


  • Search State of TN Unclaimed Property
  • Search MissingMoney.com
  • Search Other States

The State of Tennessee Unclaimed Property Division receives property from various companies and entities across the United States. This property is where the company or entity had a last known address in Tennessee for the owner. Click here to search what property the State of Tennessee Division of Unclaimed Property is holding. If you find any property that you think may belong to you please follow the instructions.  You will need to print off a claim form and mail it back to this office with the requested documentation.

MissingMoney.com is a national website that is officially endorsed by NAUPA (National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators). The majority of states including Tennessee will share at least a portion of their data with MissingMoney.com. On this site you will be able to search for unclaimed property in several states at the same time. Click here to perform a search at MissingMoney.com. If you find any property on MissingMoney.com that is held at the State of Tennessee Unclaimed Property Division MissingMoney.com will link you back to the State of Tennessee Unclaimed Property Division's search page.

Each state has an Unclaimed Property Division. The last known address of the owner that the company or entity had on their records will determine which state the property will be delivered. NAUPA (National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators) has a link to each states Unclaimed Property search page. If you would like to search or visit any other state's Unclaimed Property Division or visit the NAUPA website click here.