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how to find owner of house

  • October 26 2010 - Redondo Beach
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I have seen the house as well as met he owner....I did a search and found everything he said was the truth!!!
  • January 01
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If a person will not show you the home because they are "out of town" and want you to send money for keys, it is a scam.    Most "out of town" rentals are scams.  Most owners who are really out of town have an in town property manager.
  • January 01
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I'm supposed to rent a house for 6 months while the owner is gone, but I want to make sure it's not a scam. It says this house was sold in September 2014, and I want to make sure he is the actual owner I'll be renting from, and that's it not a scam. How do I find out if he's the one that actually bought the house?
  • January 01
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@ShatelM
 Paumanhin tingin ko ang iyong post Nakakuha nawala sa pagsasalin :(
  • September 04 2014
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I tatanung ko lang kung naka kuha nb ng unit c antonio a santos s balangabataan?
  • September 03 2014
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You have several options:

1. You can do the research yourself by going to the tax assessment entity in the county that the property resides. It is usually located in the courthouse and anyone that works there should help you find what your looking for.

2. You can contract a real estate agent or title company in the area to do the research in which they will probably do exactly what you wouldve done in the 1st option.

3. Search the internet for other outlets, their are some database sites such as propertyshark and homeinfomax that may have the area you are looking for. Another website is[hotlink removed by Zillow moderator] which is a simple title research company that will do the research for you and would be the most cost effective way next to doing it yourself.

Hope this helps and have a great day.
  • June 07 2011
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Physically visit the county assessor's office and you will be able to conduct a search using their computers to conduct a public information search. It would not be advisable or ethical for an agent on here to give out the information due to the massive amounts of personal identity theft conducted using the internet from countries well known to use the net to separate people from their assets.
 

  • December 06 2010
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Did you find the house?
  • December 06 2010
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Answers below are accurate. In addition, a Realtor in Redondo Beach (probably with a bit more information) would be able to check the records we access for this information. I work the beach cities, and am happy to speak further with you in order to understand what you are attempting to accomplish. Good luck!
  • October 28 2010
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I agree with Lady Dianna, yet your question is a little vague.  Perhaps you meant how to find an owner of a house that perhaps is vacant or abandoned, and you'd like to contact them.

Property appraiser is a good place.  Could always ask the neighbors.  You could send a letter to the home and state on letter :PLEASE FORWARD.  

When you get the name, you can try zabasearch or google to get contact info.  Or you could get a skip trace of name from a number of service providers to get last known phone number and address.

Good luck :)
  • October 26 2010
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Let me clarify, go to the website of the county that the home is in, just to be clear. ;-)
  • October 26 2010
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Go to your county's property appaiser's website. Most county's have one. Enter the address of the home. Owner info should come up. This info is public record and readily available to the public,
  • October 26 2010
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