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Address records come from official sources such as the U.S. Postal Service, property records, local and state government offices. Using InfoTracer’s powerful search engine, it’s easy to uncover information about a property owner using InfoTracer’s address lookup search engine. Start by typing in the address of the subject. Our database includes billions of public records related to people and addresses. Some items you may find when available include:
Using a reverse address lookup to find people, you can tap into more than just property details. A good address lookup service will connect a physical home or business address to other publicly available information. It works similarly to a reverse phone lookup. Specific information may vary depending on availability, but most records will contain the following:
Find information about the titleholder or person residing at a property with a quick address search, including their first name, last name, aliases, age, or – when available – even further details including relatives and associates, education, occupation, assets, licenses, and more.
If you want to contact someone and know their name or where they live, you could obtain their phone number, email address, social media accounts or even past addresses, just by using our simple search tool.
Check if the person who resides at a particular physical address has a criminal history, arrests, warrants, bankruptcies, liens, or judgments. With our lookup tool, their address might instantly uncover their record of interactions with criminal or civil law.
Find out if the current residents registered at a specific address own the property while also checking the property value, area code, zoning, past sale history, property information, size, amenities, legal description, deeds, property use, tax details, mortgage information, and much more.
Addresses help to physically locate a building. Until the 19th century, most houses and buildings were not even numbered. Street naming started during the Age of Enlightenment and continued to reach widespread usage as part of nationwide campaigns for military recruitment and for census purposes. As the postal system evolved throughout the 19th century, house numbering allowed people to receive mail efficiently.
Depending on the country, region, or continent, the address format could be slightly different. In the United States, according to the convention adopted by the United States Postal Service (USPS), addresses are usually formatted as it follows:
Before digitalization, telephone directories commonly called a telephone address book, phone books, or printed editions of White Pages were the main tools used to identify the links between a phone number, a name, and an address. Yellow Pages were used to identify a business’ address and phone number.
Whether someone is house hunting or just wants to locate someone effortlessly, Infotracer’s reverse address search tool generates an online report that reveals more factual data attached to an exact street address of interest when available. Although the information is collected from millions of public records, it’s instantly available within just a few minutes.
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A reverse address lookup is very easy. Simply enter the person’s address into the search bar. You can instantly review an informative digital report with the owner’s information, contact details, and even property or asset records (when available).
If you have someone’s address, you can easily look up their phone number using Infotracer’s reverse address lookup tool. You could find the person’s home landline, personal cell number, and business contact number.
You can easily find out who owns an address using a reverse address lookup. The results might include residents’ names, ages, relatives, associates, and additional public profile information.
You can search for public records on people who reside at any address in the U.S. After entering your search criteria, you will see an instant report covering a wealth of data, from court records and criminal charges to arrests and more.
Public records contain a lot of information about assets, including real estate. Using InfoTracer’s powerful search engine, you can tap into billions of public records and instantly find out who owns a piece of property.
When moving, there are a few steps. First, they must formally change their address with local authorities and companies. Second, they must begin mail forwarding to their new address. Once they have moved, their address will begin to update in public databases, allowing you to verify their address as correct.