Township Search for Unrecorded Liens with Demolition Check
What is a Township Search?
While a standard title search will provide liens that are recorded in county records, a Township Search checks municipalities to locate unrecorded liens.
What does the Township Search include?
- Code Enforcement Violations
- Building Violations
- Open/Expired Permits
- Demolition Check
- Real Estate and Tangible Taxes
- Municipal Lien Letters
- Unrecorded Municipal Lien Payoffs
- Special Assessments
- Utilities (water, sewer, stormwater, solid waste)
- A summary report highlighting all search results
How long does a Township Search take?
A Township Search can take up to four weeks as we are dealing directly with municipalities and following their individual procedures.
What is the cost of a Township Search?
The base price of a Township Search is $75; however, if the municipality itself charges for a township search, the extra fee is passed on to the client.
Is the Township Search a standalone product?
A Township Search can be ordered by itself or as an add-on to an O&E search. The information from the Township Search may be ported into a Tax & Title dashboard for an all-in-one portfolio review. Typically, this service is ordered in combination with the Tax Sale and Redemption Search and Water/Sewer Search. ProTitleUSA also offers VPR (Vacant Property Registration) and Foreclosure Registration Searches at an additional fee in select states.
Please contact us for nationwide pricing and a demo on how other additional services will fit into a single dashboard, portfolio underwriting and analysis of data.