Paid or unpaid? Current or delinquent? These days, conducting real estate tax research and reviewing property tax records should be a fairly straightforward step in the title search process. But as most title professionals know, it can be anything but straightforward.
Whether you’re reviewing property tax records for an open order or just collecting information for future use, DataTrace takes the guesswork out of real estate tax research by giving you the complete picture of your target parcels’ property tax records. No last-minute surprises or being blindsided by an un-discovered debt at or during closing.
Drawing from a large and growing database of U.S. counties, DataTrace delivers all of the answers you need, how and when you want them - right to your desktop. With DataTrace, you’ll make better real estate tax research faster by gaining quick, easy access to the latest property tax records, including the parcels:
DataTrace accelerates and streamlines title agent and title companies real estate tax research by enabling you to quickly retrieve, scan and review property tax records. For example, you can search by: tax ID number, owner name/address or parcel number system. You may also retrieve, view and print detailed tax-map images, right from your tax results screen, and view special improvement district reports for liens not included in general tax bills.*
By using DataTrace for title agent and title company real estate tax research and property tax record retrieval, we will help you get the results you need, without paying for services you don’t.
Provides you with assessed values and property identification information. Basic service is available where customers have access to a government service or a tax-service provider.
Retrieve current tax year payment status and prior year delinquencies.* Data is frequently updated with information from multiple jurisdictions and collection entities to ensure data freshness.
Verify a parcel’s tax liability with collection-entity data that’s refreshed weekly in most counties. Take tax obligation research to an all-new level with the industry’s most comprehensive real estate reporting.Learn More