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Search Property Ownership with MicroBilt's Property Search Report

Property Search allows you to investigate people by searching property ownership in an individual's name or performing a reverse property search to find the owner or seller of an address. You may also investigate people by searching property ownership and receiving the information you need to determine the value of the property owned by an individual when collecting unpaid debt. This report also identifies third parties that may be able to assist your skip tracing efforts.

When Should I Search Property Ownership With This Product?

Property Search can be used to search property ownership so you can investigate people and locate them. Additionally, when you search property ownership, it can establish the assets of an individual, and this may be very helpful with impending litigation or when trying to determine the likelihood of repayment.

What Data Sources Are Used When I Search Property Ownership?

  • Deeds up to the current month
  • Assessment records for previous years
  • State and Local databases

What Information Is Returned When I Search Property Ownership?

  • Parcel Number
  • Property Address
  • Owner
  • Owner Address
  • Second Owner**
  • Seller
  • Sale Amount
  • Sale Date
  • Mortgage Amount*
  • Mortgage Loan Type*
  • Mortgage Term*
  • Title Company Name*
  • Lender Name*
  • Transaction Type
  • Document Type*
  • Assessed Value**
  • Tax Year**
  • Land Usage
  • Square Feet

What Source Does The Property Searches & Reports Search?

*Only available when searching Deed records
**Only available when searching Assessment records

For sales assistance Property Search & Collection Tool products use our convenient or call (800) 884-4747
 
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