Detailed Property Report is a complete and conventional Real Property Profile. It contains comprehensive information extracted from public real estate records summarizing all of the data relating to the property. It comprises the prevalent property and ownership data points acquired from County Records and Tax Assessor's Offices.
The logic behind the Detailed Property Report: to provide instant online access to the most complete Real Property Information in the United States. This is our universal Property Profile, available directly in all Subscription Plans.
Types of Properties covered: residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural, land, and all other available types of Real Estate Properties.
Contents of Detailed Property Report: Property Ownership, Property Location with a short Legal Description, Property Characteristics, Site Information, Last Owner Transfer, Last and Prior Market Sales, Original Mortgage Records, Property Tax and Assessment, and Neighborhood Area information.
Provided Property Data: The Property Ownership Information section is sufficient to obtain the current Property Owner's name (individual or business) and the property owner's mailing address. It will also indicate if the property is owner-occupied or not. The Location provides the physical property address with a short legal description. Property Characteristics include the year built, living area, construction information, improvements, and other essential property details. Site information provides the land use, site descriptions, and zoning. Last Owner Transfer offers data related to the last ownership transaction. Last and Prior Market Sales information contains the sale and recording dates, as well as sale prices and seller names. It also includes all retrieved original Mortgage Information with amounts, document numbers, filing dates, and most types of Deeds. Tax and Assessment include assessed values on the property and tax information.
Property reports do not represent the condition of the title and may not include all recorded information. Property records are in the public domain -- government establishments, such as the county recorder and the local tax assessor's office, are tasked with maintaining them. Not all data may be available in all Counties or on every real property.