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There are a few county websites that offer lien and mortgage records online for the general public. However In most cases, a login or subscription will be required to access these property records. Typically there is a fee for document images and copies of mortgage deeds. There are also online Property Record and Title Information companies that also offer access to the same property records but with a bit more streamline search efforts and results.
Search property records and title information throughout the United States online. Results include: Liens, mortgages, ownership, transfers, chain of title and foreclosure activity. A Free Foreclosure Activity Report is offered for any property showing Notice of Default, Pre-Foreclosure, Auction and REO status.
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Property Records & Title information.
When purchasing a home or property from a FSBO, check with your local
title company or online Property Records site to get the most current lien,
mortgage and foreclosure information.
The National Association of Realtors published this article recently on
FSBO properties - "For-Sale-By-Owner (FSBO) sellers decreased in 2010, continuing a
trend in declines downward. Fourteen percent of sales were FSBOs
in 2003 and 2004, compared to just nine percent in 2010. In this
tough market, a greater share of sellers are turning to agents to help
them sell their homes.
FSBOs are more popular in rural areas and center cities.
Typically FSBO sellers have lower median incomes and are more often singles.
FSBOs are also more common for mobile home sales.
Many sellers who opt for FSBOs are selling their property to
someone they know like a friend, relative, or neighbor. This helps keep FSBOs
on the market for less time and more often sellers receive 100 percent of the
FSBOs are less likely to use incentives. Yard signs and Internet
listings are the most popular method of marketing FSBOs. FSBO sellers most
often struggle with pricing and preparing homes for sale. Of those who
used FSBOs to sell to someone they knew, a greater share would use a
real estate agent when selling their current home".