You recently gained access to Public Records information from Carbon and Monroe counties, and you now have more property information at your fingertips than ever. With TREND’s Public Records, you get the most up-to-date tax information in your area, and easy access to the tools that allow you to take advantage of it. It doesn’t stop with current and historical tax information, however; you also get detailed ownership records, property characteristics, tax maps, flood data, mortgage information, and more.
Now with information from more counties, don’t wait to check out these insider advantages:
– TREND acquires much of the data directly from the county tax assessor, to make sure you have information as soon as it becomes available.
Large Coverage Area
– Now with Carbon and Monroe, you have access to Public Records data from 37 counties
. That’s well over 5,000,000 parcels, so you get the data for your county and the one(s) adjacent.
Complete Market Knowledge
– With knowledge of all sales activity (including FSBO’s) in your neighborhood, you are the most valuable advisor to your client.
Farming your Market
–Want to easily distribute marketing materials to potential consumers? Use TREND’s Public Records to create and export mailing lists and labels for your targeted area or market segment. Watch a demo to get started
Deep Integration with the MLS
– With TREND's property-centric focus, you can easily transition between a listing in the MLS and property information in Public Records. (We’re also working on an information bubble in our map search which will give you combined Public Record and MLS information in the same place, so you don’t have to navigate away! Keep your eyes open for updates.)
Simply click on the Public Records tab on your TREND home page to get started searching today.
Raynor Large • Finance / Design and Communications Assistant
Raynor joined TREND as an Office Assistant in December 2009. In 2010, he took over responsibilities as the coordinator for TREND billing in the Finance Department and began working as a writer for the Design and Communications Department. Learn more about our editorial contributors...