Property Ownership DataVerification. Validation. Occupancy.
ATTOM provides you with accurate property ownership data, including all the relevant property owner information. Whether a property is owned by an individual, a couple, multiple people, partners or a company, verification is a key component to transacting business in the real estate industry. Validating the owner/owners of a property is essential to buying, selling, financing, building and insuring, and is equally important to vendors looking to market to owners and renters.
ATTOM Is Your One-Stop Solution for Property Owner Information
ATTOM’s unique property data sets benefit property businesses by providing them complete details of property owner information, including tax mailing address, exemptions, occupancy and more. This helps businesses with marketing, home valuations, buying and selling, mortgage and more.
Conduct a property owner search for private individuals, married/single owner(s), in a Trust, or Corp/LLC/Inc/Co owned. This assists in creating custom solutions based on these owner types.
Counties will allow property owners to apply for a variety of exemptions, including the basic Homeowner’s exemption, Senior, Veteran, and Disabled, as the most common. The exemptions reduce an owner’s property tax liability, which translates into a reduction in their property tax.
While each state has its own unique language when it comes to vesting titles, vesting related to real estate ownership is the way a homeowner takes title of their property, such as Joint Tenants / Tenants in Common / Community Property.
What is Property Owner Data?
Property owner information data encompasses data on the history of homeownership of a particular property. Property ownership data shows who owns the property, whether that be an individual, couple, a number of people, or a company. This data is typically used to verify property ownership.
How Can You Use ATTOM’s Property Ownership Data?
ATTOM’s Data is Your Business Advantage
A multi-sourced, enhanced national warehouse that contains information on more than 155 million U.S. properties including:
- 29.6 Billion Rows of Data
- 9,000 Data Fields
- 20TB Warehouse
- 99% Population Coverage
- Property Address Standardization
- Owner Name Parsing
- ATTOM ID Matching
- Fusion of Multi-Sourced Data
- Data Governance