Research.com is an amazing tool for anyone who wants to research your neighborhood. Whether you are looking to buy or sell a house or just get general information for other reasons, we have you covered. When you search with us, you will get an easy-to-read, simple-to-understand report.
We provide neighborhood and property records from all over the United States. You'll be able to find out who owns the house, how much they bought it for, and if there are any code violations.
While we give you the information you need, there are state and federal guidelines for how our service can be used.
We are not a Consumer Reporting Agency as defined under the Fair Credit Reporting Act. So before you use our service, we want you to know exactly what you can and cannot do.
You may use our property record service to look up information for these allowed reasons:
Want to find out if you are getting a good deal? Search for the prices and values of other homes in the area.
If you buy a property with code violations, it is your responsibility to pay to have them fixed. Find out about them now, so you can get the seller to fix them!
Find out what you can expect your local property taxes to be.
Discover if your local school system is well funded and has a good reputation.
By looking at what the seller paid for it and comparing it with similar local homes, you can get a sense of its real value.
You may not, for any reason, use our property record service for any of these reasons:
You may not use property records to decide whether to hire or fire someone.
You may not use our system to see where people live and then decide if you want them to work for you.
You may not use our service to decide whom to rent to if you buy the property.
It should go without saying that you cannot use our service to hire a teacher, select a doctor or lawyer, or for any other professional service.
It is a clear violation of the law to use our service to see if people come from the right background for scholarships or any other educational advantage.
Only credit reporting agencies can be used to offer or deny credit. You may not use our service to look at the value of someone's property and base that on whether they will get credit.