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Simeon, Home Buyer in Wynne, AR

How can you look up property titles for liens for free?

Asked by Simeon, Wynne, AR Mon Jan 12, 2009

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Go to the real estate information providers such as http://www.nextace.com or http://www.searchq.com to download a free property report. Beside liens, you would have more details on the home ownership history, mortgage information, tax record and even local demography.
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You can run an online title search for only $49 at http://www.nextace.com if you suspected any title related problem on your property
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On the free property report, check the "Mortgage and Liens" and "Judgments" sections. If you see the indicator in green, there is lien (or liens) on the title.
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Real estate information website http://www.searchq.com is the best source of free liens and judgement search on any home in the US
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Simeon, You can search for the public records using this to help....http://publicrecords.onlinesearches.com/

As Ted said some counties provide the information for free, some don't, but at least you'll know where to get them if you choose..

Good luck, Dunes
10 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jan 12, 2009
You can also go to http://www.searchq.com to download a free property analysis report. If you need a detailed report with a copy of recorded document, you only pay a small fee to get.
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There is an online directory http://publicrecords.onlinesearches.com where you can begin your search. Sometimes information is provided free of charge. You can also go directly to the county's website where the home is located and look up the deed using the owner's name, then search for mortgages and liens. Sometimes the information is not provided online and you will have to go in person to search.
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You can also use free real estate information at http://www.searchq.com
The property report can be downloaded for free to start your research.
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http://www.actdatascout.com/default.aspx?ci=8 is the local link to cross county. But you may want to know that Arkansas does not do lien sales. They do however have delinquent property tax sales. There is a lot of info you need and precautions you may want to take. You could could probably get the info from the Land commission. http://www.cosl.org

There you can sign up for quarterly mailings of tax delinquent properties. Go to the web address http://www.cosl.org and then click records. The mailings often contain a buyers guide and useful information.

Hope that helps!

If you need a Realtor to help you find that perfect home. contact me and I will get you in touch with a professional in your area.

Thanks!
3 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 9, 2011
You can locate Liens on a property on your own, but it is so easy to miss some of these documents. Which can costs you thousands. You can have a title search company run a search for you. ProTitleUSA provides very accurate searches. You can check out there website at Protitleusa.com for more information and can call them at 1-888-878-8081 for quotes. Hope this helps
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I like the free property report from http://www.searchq.com better. It has the basic information I need (lien or no lien on the title) and it is free.
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how do i find out if there who the lien holder on my property at 9235 burt rd detroit mi 48228?
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You can typically find property records on the local county website in your area. Make sure you reach the specific site and not a posing site disguised as the county and encouraging you to pay a fee to view free public records. When in doubt, call the county clerk and they will direct you to the right site.

IMPORTANT: I would never skimp on an actual lien search, as all documents do not legally need to be recorded. Buying a house is a big deal, and I would HIGHLY recommend at minimum paying a local attorney to do a lien search for chain of title- personally i would always get full title policy by a local, credible title company with insurance. This ensures that if any liens are missed, you will not be liable. Saving money now could cost thousands later if this step is skipped.


This is not legal advice, just personal opinion- plz always consult a reputable attorney.
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i already have a mortgage on the home. i moved january 2014 was qualified for a deed in lieu. since then a lien was placed in may. i am trying to find out who this lienholder.
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I need a property and lien searchon a home that we want to buy. We don't have a lot of money
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You can get a free title report at http://www.nextace.com to check for the possible liens on any home in the US
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Sorry about the previous typos (spell check on my phone got me) attorneys by me can do a lien search for around $100- it's well worth the money! Please note that a low priced lien search does not insure anything that was missed, or never filed with the county. Be careful! This is not legal advice, just personal opinion- plz always consult a reputable attorney.
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attorneys be me can do a lien search for around $100- it's well worth the money! Please not that a low priced lien search does not insure anything that was missed, or never filed with the county. Be careful! This is not legal advice, just personal opinion- plz always consult a reputable attorney.
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I need a title search for all liens against a property. How can I do it for free?
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The real estate information providers such as http://www.nextace.com or http://www.searchq.com allow you to download a free property report that has lien information, home ownership history, mortgage & tax record and even local demography.
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how do i find who owns a house for free?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Feb 25, 2014
You can get a free property report at http://www.searchq.com
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You can use professional title search services at http://www.nextace.com
If you just need a property report, it is free. If you want a detailed title search, you only pay a small fee to download.
Web Reference: http://www.nextace.com
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how I can look up property titles for liens for free
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Try http://www.searchq.com and get a free property report
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Simeon,

Some counties or local municipalities may have a public online website but I would venture to guess that most charge a fee for such a service. As a full-time Realtor here in GA, I subscribe to an online service that allows me to perform warranty deed, security deed, lien and other related searches for most counties throughout the state. Undoubtedly, this is an invaluable tool and benefit to my real estate business.

Not sure how you plan to use such a service in your area or whether you will need recurring access to such data. If it is a one-time thing, try contacting a local Realtor or closing attorney and see what they would charge you (if anything) to pull up the desired info. If you need regular and ongoing access, perhaps investing in a similar service would be a worthwhile investment to support your endeavors.
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TED SHOOP, Real Estate Pro in Buford, GA
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You need to go to the county registry where the property is located. Some registries to have online databases that you can check, but some you still have to go in person. You will look up the deed and page number using the owners name and then search for the leins and/or mortgages. you can check the town/city tax cards as well as most will have the book and page number for the deed. good luck with your search.
Web Reference: http://www.ScottSellsNH.com
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You can get a free property report at http://www.searchq.com that should have everything you need from ownership history, tax record, liens, mortgage information to even neighborhood demography.
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