Commercial O&E Report (Current Owner Search) with Taxes and Copies
What is a Commercial O&E Report?
A commercial Owner and Encumbrance (O&E) Report produces the title of a property that is classified as commercial from the time that the current owner acquired it to the present time. Examples of commercial properties include farm land, garages, office buildings, hospitals, condominium buildings, hotels, malls, retail stores and warehouses. The easiest way to identify if the property is residential or commercial is by looking up the property address in the county’s assessment records and seeing how it is zoned. The title search process entails searching by various methods to retrieve property related documents which are filed in public land records. Active mortgages, liens and judgments associated with the current owner and subject property will appear on the report.
- New York’s ECB and DOB Searches
- New Jersey’s Upper Court Judgment Search
- Pennsylvania’s Child Support and Prothonotary Searches
- Miami Dade, Florida’s Code Violation Search
- Maryland’s Department of Wills Search.
Easements, Rights of Way, Leases, and CCRs which occur within the current ownership are provided. The report is delivered in PDF format and includes an easy-to-read summary sheet along with pertinent pages of all documents that were found during the scope of the search. Customization of the final report is also available. If preferred, information can be returned via API or spreadsheet.