How To Find The Owner Of A Property?
Discover owner’s name(s), owner details and even contact info, property value and records, liens and tax info, title details, and much more!
Property ownership searches are one of the most common reasons people use PropertyScout.io. Looking up who owns a home and connecting with the property owner can be easy when you have the right information.
There are several ways you can find who owns a property or a piece of land. It all depends on how much time you are willing to invest.
You can search public records, you can ask your real estate agent, if you are in the area, you can knock on the door, or maybe send a letter introducing yourself, hire an attorney, but this can quickly add up or with just one log in, you can search thousands of properties by just entering the address or parcel number and get the information in just seconds.
Many properties are held by entities like corporations, LLCs, and trusts. The Owner Is an entity. How to find the person behind the entity?
That can make it difficult to find the person or people behind the property. Publicly available information varies from state to state, but all states require every entity to have a registered agent. If the Owner is an entity, then the registered agent is the person responsible for receiving official notices on behalf of the entity.
How do you find the resident agent? Usually by doing a corporation search on the state’s Secretary of State site. It may take some time, but it’s best to start with the name of the entity found in the results from your search on PropertyScout.io. You should be able to find at least a name and an address. The next step is to reach out to them directly.
You can find the owner of a property by following these steps:
- Sign up at www.PropertyScout.io
- Search the address of the property in question
- Click Owner’s name
- You will be able to see a list of People Search Results and choose the one that better describes the Owner’s Profile to see Full Profile.
- Click Full Profile. Have fun digging in!