Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to commonly asked questions about Acres.

What is the cost to use Acres?

The basic version of Acres is free to use. Premium memberships are $29.99/mo. or $299.90/yr. For enterprise pricing, please contact our team.

Is there a mobile app for Acres?

Yes, there is a mobile app available for both Android and Apple

How do I submit a review on Acres' performance?

We're always looking for ways to make Acres even better! If you find a bug, a data inaccuracy, or would like to suggest a new feature, you can let us know via the Contact Us form.

Why doesn't the data from the Acres map layers match what I see on my farm?

In some cases, data layers derived from satellite imagery (such as vegetation indexes and crop history) will not be as precise as physical inspection. We recommend supplementing your analysis with on-the-ground information.

Why is my map not showing some places?

Acres source data from a variety of data vendors, both public and private. Where available, we disclose the source; you can find that information when you select a data layer.

Most data within the Acres tool is available for all U.S. states excluding Hawaii and Alaska. While we do our best to capture most of the contiguous U.S., we cannot guarantee that comprehensive information will be available for every farm.

I found inaccurate property information on Acres. Can you correct it?

There are over 150 million parcels in the U.S. and each county handles their digital records differently. For this reason, we are unable to guarantee that all of our data is 100% accurate and/or complete, and we do not accept individual requests to change property data on the plat map.

Should you discover inaccuracies, it is important to confirm that your county assessor has the correct information on file. Acres does not replace or substitute legally filed property records and should only be used as a starting point for land research.  Please see our Site Terms of Use for more information.

How often is Acres data updated?

Update frequency depends on specific data sources and varies by data type and geographic location.

For example, parcel records and historical sales are sourced from local jurisdictions and are updated monthly. Soil information and crop history are derived from USDA survey data and are updated annually.

How do I delete my account and account information?

If you would like to delete your account and personal information, please submit a request to our support team.