Eviction Reports and Searches
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Eviction Record Reports and Searches

An eviction record can provide meaningful information about the prospective tenant. It can also be a very useful tool in credit, collections, and pre-employment screening. With MicroBilt's comprehensive selection of public court records, including eviction record reports and searches, you have instant access to evictions information to prevent the costly decision of a bad tenant, a bad loan, or a bad hire.

MicroBilt offers three different types eviction record searches and eviction reports:

The Eviction Search instantly searches national databases' public records for eviction filings. With our comprehensive Eviction Search, you instantly gain access to over 34 million records compiled from all 50 states through our web site and get direct matches for your applicant.

With an Evictions, Liens and Judgment Report, you can search MicroBilt's database of millions of public records for eviction filings, liens, civil suits, and judgments. The Evictions, Liens and Judgment Report is used as a complement to a credit report but can also give a very good snapshot of your prospective tenant or borrower when little credit history is known. This eviction report supports all 50 states, but county coverage may vary.

A Manual Civil High County Court Search may also be used for finding an applicant's eviction record. You can search records from all 50 states and find information not usually found on a credit report. With the Civil High County Report, a court researcher manually checks official county public records related to civil litigation and returns the information to you. Overall, this data is usually the most thorough and covers the most counties in every state.

When should I use an Eviction Search?

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An Eviction Search should be used when you only want an eviction record and no other public records or filings from an instant search. This instant eviction record search yields filings from all states; however, county coverage does vary.

When should I use an Evictions, Liens and Judgments Report?

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This product is a great secondary eviction report when you have a difficult time finding financial history for an applicant. This product searches millions of public records ranging from eviction filings to civil suits. Civil matters are usually a good indication of credit worthiness.

What information is returned from an Evictions Search and an Evictions, Liens and Judgment Report?

  • Court
  • Case Number
  • Satisfied Date
  • Initial Filing Date
  • Judgment Date
  • Judgment Amount
  • Defendant 1 (name, SSN, address, alias)
  • Defendant 2 (name, SSN, address)
  • Plaintiff (name, address)

When should I use a Civil High Court County Report?

This eviction report is great for a thorough public and eviction record search because court researchers search public records databases for official court documents and then return their results.

What information is returned from a Civil High Court County Report?

  • Name
  • Social Security Number
  • AKAs
  • Date of Birth
  • Case Number
  • Charge
  • Occurrence Date
  • Disposition Date
  • Disposition
  • Caption
  • Jurisdiction
  • Discrepancies
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