I had to complete a similar exercise a while back. If you are comfortable with
arcpy, the code below should get you the rest of the way. I think I adopted it from GeoNet.
From your model, it seems you are able to create the tables. If you save your
tables after the Table to Table step, this code will take the
tables and join them to the parcels shapefile and create new shapefiles.
Main thing is to point to right directories.
arcpy.env.workspace = "C:/folder/tables_folder"
inFc = "C:/folder/parcels.shp"
outDir = "C:/folder/foler2/"
#loop through tables
for table in arcpy.ListTables():
#Create a temporary new feature layer
#Join table to feature layer; Change table JOIN_FIELD to the right fields
arcpy.AddJoin_management("parcelLyr", "JOIN_FIELD", table, "JOIN_FIELD")
#get table name for use in new name of shapefile, drop extension
tableName = table.split(".")
#Export joined layer to new feature class
arcpy.FeatureClassToFeatureClass_conversion("parcelLyr", outDir, tableName)