Property Search by Owner
Always wanted to know if and if so, how many properties someone has?
Now you can find out with a simple search.
InfoTrackGo currently offers Ownership Searches for NSW, QLD and WA.
How to find out if someone owns property?
It’s important to know that a property owner is listed on the properties land title, also referred to as a Title Deed, Land Title or a Title Certificate. A land title is an official record of that property and its owner, among other information.
So, if you know the address of a property and would like to learn who the owner is, you simply look up a title certificate and that will tell you who the owner is. However, if you’re interested in a particular person or company and would like to know if they have any property in their name, that’s when you perform a Property Ownership Search by name.
Ownership Search FAQ
A property search by owner name provides a report on what properties a person owns.
The Property Ownership Search would be relevant to you in the following areas:
- Investigating property ownership by a company
- Investigating property ownership by an individual of a particular land parcel
- For bankruptcy matters
- For debt recovery matters
No. The report will outlines each property that a person owns and will provide the property’s address and/or title reference. We also provide a collated list of the properties under that name for you to purchase reports for.
You can conduct a property search by owner name by visiting this page and follow the instructions.
No, each search can only be conducted in a specific state. Currently, NSW, QLD and WA are available.
If the search returns zero results it means that the person is not recognised by our search-engine.
Please check the name and try again.
If the report has no results it means that the person has no property in their name and has not owned any property to date.