Marcus – this has been discussed here. Try this – you should contact Travis K (@tkells). He has created macros for doing all of this for others and they have reported that the price was fare the the results are good.
Mike – This is pretty typical since a lot of counties allow splits like this. You have to be careful. First I would ask the seller “does this property have legal access”. Sometimes they know and will say “Yeah, it is stated on the deed”. Usually they say they aren’t sure. You can also call the county planning and zoning dept. Sometimes they can…[Read more]
I think it would be great if I could enter in a bunch of words like “School”, “Township”, “Cemetery,” etc and have the program search the downloaded owner records and automatically delete every row that contained at least one of the keywords.
We had someone accept an offer, and when we investigated the property, it didn’t seem to have access. It has one plot between it and a road. How do we figure out if there is any kind of easement to allow access to the property?
Curious if the soon to be released content through Countywise has already happened, as I am pretty new to LA in last 3 weeks. Is it the data here? Just wondering, because the dates are nearly 4 years old ( I sorted by List field to bring highest parcel counts to the top):
Back Tax Information – Colorado
Control # State County Type Secondary…[Read more]