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New land records Web site supplies instant document images

National Mortgage Professional
Mar 24, 2014

New land records Web site supplies instant document imagesMortgagePress.comAdvanced Background Check, public records,

National public records research company Advanced Background Check Inc. has announced the launch of, its new Web site designed to provide a centralized portal for real estate professionals, attorneys, title agencies, mortgage companies and lenders to instantly access document images and federal, state and county land-related government Web sites across the U.S.

Due to the critical need to decrease costs and improve turnaround times in the real estate and financial industries, was created to reduce document retrieval and research-related expenses and expedite access by providing a convenient, low-cost method to obtain the critical data needed by those in and supporting the real estate market.

In addition to instant access to document images, makes it easy and affordable to obtain real estate and public record data not available electronically through the use of its national abstractor service. Additional land and public records available through the site include current owner searches, full title searches, specific mortgage assignment and release searches, bankruptcies, liens, litigation records, UCCs, county court records and more. Customized searches can also be ordered.

"We couldn't be more thrilled to offer this new service. It marries the usefulness of instant access to over four billion current and historical documents from 650 counties with the convenience of a national directory of free and subscription-based land-related court and government Web sites," said Michelle Turner, vice president of Advanced Background Check's real estate division. "By offering the most competitive prices in the industry for land record document images coupled with the ability to order physical searches for just about any court or property record, we are supporting the industry at a whole new level." For more information, visit

Mar 24, 2014