Plat Map

A plat map is a document drawn to scale, showing the divisions of a piece of land. It gives the legal descriptions of pieces of real property by lot, street, and block number.


Student-Faculty Ratio

The student-faculty ratio is the number of students who attend a school or university divided by the number of teachers in the institution.



Demographics are the data that describes the composition of a population, such as age, race, gender, income, migration patterns, and population growth.


Crime Report

Not only can crime cost property owners through thefts and break-ins, but high crime generally reduces the values of properties in a given area.


Transaction History

The transaction history report provides comprehensive transaction history details, including all ownership transfers, such as quitclaims and market sales, plus any mortgages, including sale or refinance. It also provides releases, assignments, and foreclosure information, enabling you to quickly understand a property’s financial situation.


Neighbors Information

The neighbors report lists nearby properties and their owners based on proximity to the subject property. It allows you to unselect properties that may not be applicable (across busy thoroughfares or in other neighborhood tracts), based on visual inspection of the integrated map.


Sex Offenders Report

Registered sex offenders are required to update their information annually with local law enforcement, within five working days before or after their birthday. Some sex offenders must update their information more often: transients must update every 30 days and sexually violent predators must update every 90 days.


Copy of Deed

The deed is also known as a land contract or installment land contract. In a contract for deed, the seller, rather than a lending institution, finances the buyer’s purchase of the property.

A property deed is a written and signed legal instrument that is used to transfer ownership of the real property from the old owner (the grantor) to the new owner (the grantee).

Deeds can be classified in numerous ways. Broadly, deeds are classified as official or private. Official deeds are executed pursuant to a court or legal proceedings. Most property transactions, however, involve individuals and business entities using private deeds.