Real estate data service enters Florida

May 18, 2005

PropertyInfo.com includes tax records, liens


Inman News

REIData Inc. today announced that its SearchManager title search application now covers properties in Florida.

Property data is available through REIData's PropertyInfo.com.

SearchManager provides Web access to all data needed for a thorough title search – chain of title, Patriot Act database, liens, geospatial, document images and tax records. Interactive management tools allow users to initiate multiple searches on a subject property, track orders, review, arrange and customize search results, and request document images.

SearchManager's flexible Web interface allows users to expand search criteria and then combine select data into a single customizable title search report.

Data coverage now includes 90 percent of the major metropolitan areas in Florida. REIData has aggressive expansion plans in 2005 to include major population centers in California, Illinois and Arizona.

REIData offers data access, integrated data applications and online product distribution for the title, real estate and lending markets. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Stewart Real Estate Information, a division of Stewart Information Services Corp.

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