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Public asset records disclose information about a person’s assets. The details available fall under various categories, such as personal property ownership, vehicles, vessels, aircraft, income, personal income, investments, business ownership, intangible assets, and stock holdings.
An online asset records search may reveal the tangible possessions an individual owns, including real properties, land, buildings, automobiles, watercraft, and aircraft, with information like owner’s name, value, year, type, make, model, color, tax details, sale records, date, and year of purchase.
Business ownership data records can uncover an enterprise’s core ownership details, including the company name, company description, phone number, annual revenue, number of employees, the type of business, sales volume, headquarters, and much more.
Intangible assets include intellectual property, trademarks, trade names, domain names, franchises, copyrights, patents, goodwill, and computer software. You can find ownership of intangible assets by using public records or other sources that provide contact details.
Financial assets are a type of tangible liquid assets owned by an individual or a business. Our search report reveals the value of dividends, stocks, mutual funds, the annual income generated by financial investments, based on publicly available state and federal corporate filings records (when available).
Each asset records report may include a real estate information ranging from the current and previous owners, property description, region/area, sales, and mortgage records, liens, full purchase history, address of the property, market value, and tax assessment.
Unclaimed money could be available from forgotten bank deposits, tax refunds, inheritance, life insurance, dormant banking accounts, tax refunds, wages, royalties, or pensions. Information about the amount, current institutional holder, and accessibility could be found with a simple search.
A comprehensive asset search tracks down ownership information that is available to the public on a given asset, from land, vehicles, houses, boats, planes, to companies, trust accounts, checking and savings accounts, financial investments (brokerage accounts, stocks, bonds, etc.). Regardless of the types of assets, in the United States, records could contain at least the following basic details: asset description, sale price, date, costs, fees, accumulated depreciation, loan/mortgage specifics, deeds, registration, current and previous owners.
The quickest way to find public asset records is online, via lookup tools that offer solid informational coverage like Infotracer.com. A simple search by titleholder’s name or address could lead to a report that reveals all the assets owned by someone, with specifics like: asset estimated value, in-depth asset information, legal description, tax details, previous and current asset owners and their address. For real estate properties, there’s also property address, amenities, interior and exterior structure, utilities.
For tangible assets such as personal real estate, the information is public and you can do a name search on the Registry of Deeds’ website. The information about financial assets, on the other hand, is not a public record – you need a court subpoena or a signed release from the owner. For easier and nationwide access, use Infotracer’s asset lookup tool.
You can search the subject’s name on any public records website such as Infotracer or on the local county courthouse’s website - if the subject filed for bankruptcy or divorce. Alternatively, you could use Registry of Deeds sites for property records or Secretary Of State filings for business ownership.
First, search the online database held by the courthouse that holds the will on record. Secondly, look up the deceased’s name on the state's unclaimed property database or The National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators site. All unclaimed assets will show up.
You can locate an individual’s properties, vehicles and intangible assets by collecting public records about that person, checking tax records, tax returns, property titles and other real estate records filed with the registrar of deeds or the county recorder’s office OR online, via Infotracer’s asset lookup tool.
An asset check or search is a type of investigation performed to track someone’s list of tangible and intangible assets, including property ownership, boats, aircraft, business ownership, cars, income, investments and more.