- September 24, 2019
- Posted by: U.S. Title Records
- Category: Real Estate Post
This is the most complicated and useless title report that I have ever received. There were no deed images, mortgage documents, etc. included in the transaction history sent to me. Most of the over-priced drivel included where somebody lived for the last 10-30 years, where possible relatives lived, who may be related to who, etc.
I am not sure I could recommend this site to others or to use this web site and will post accordingly if I don’t receive a refund.
I’d like my $175 dollar refund.
You don’t really offer detailed title records with copies of the documents listed….although I hoped you might.
Report includes the following detail:
- Judgment liens
- Personal liens (filed against the subject property and individual)
- Lis pendens
- Mechanic liens
- HOA liens
- State and federal tax liens
- Delinquent tax amounts
- Court records
- UCC and assignments
- Mortgages history
- Full Property Detail Report
- Transaction history with transfers
- Foreclosure activity report (if applicable)
- Mortgage document recording and reference numbers
- Lien, mortgage release and deed of reconveyance detail
Individual profile report:
- Legal name, nicknames & aliases
- Last reported address(es) & previous addresses
- Last reported phone number
- Last reported employment and/or business ownership, if any
- Personal asset report
- Bankruptcy search (and filing information, if bankruptcy was filed)
- Personal liens (liens recorded against the individual that may also affect property owned by that individual but not separately recorded against the property
- Criminal records
Jeannie, thank you for taking the time for explaining to me your search capabilities.
I guess I thought you’d have coverage similar to ProTitle USA. Back around April, 2017, the title report I received for a different property was approximately 169 pages (of course, I printed it out at my expense). The report primarily related to anyone who had been on title and included copies of all mortgage documents, deeds, etc.
Please accept my apology for my remarks about your report.