New South Wales (NSW) Title Searches
New South Wales (NSW) Land Title Searches
InfoTrackGO sources our Title Searches from New South Wales (NSW) Land Registry Services who are responsible for the management of land titles on behalf of the state government. Our reports provide reliable, fast and up to date information so that you can make your property decisions with confidence.
What is a Title Search?
How do I get a Title Search for NSW?
Easily search from millions of properties across New South Wales by entering the address or lot/plan number into our search bar.
Owners of the property
Mortgages on the property
A Title Search is a current copy of the Certificate of Title which shows the current owner/s, the land description and any dealings associated that property owners need to be aware of.
In most instances, Title Searches with InfoTrackGO are available within minutes of your purchase. However in some cases it can take up to 24 hours to receive your report due to availability from the authorised state Land Registry.
A Certificate of Title, Title Search and a Deed Reference are all names used for what is known as a Title Search report. Although the names may be used interchangeably, the information included in these reports is the same.
The Title Search will advise if the seller has a saleable interest in the property, whether there are any restrictions on the use of the land and if any liens exist on the property which need to be paid off at closing.
A Title Search is one of the first steps in the property buying or selling process and is important to know the following:
- To ascertain the current owners
- To see if there is a mortgage on the title
- To show if there are any caveats registered on the title
- To see if the property is affected by or appurtenant to any easements, restrictions or covenants