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We offer skip tracing services to locate owners and heirs of abandoned properties in the US. Our team has a combined 50+ years experience locating debtors, collateral, mineral owners, and property owners.
Bulk Rates - Residential Properties(for orders of 100 or more addresses; 100 or less add $1.00 per lead)$2.00 per lead - You provide your Property Address, Owner name, and Owner Mailing Address in an Excel or Google Spreadsheet; we provide a list of phone numbers and emails for the owner, heirs, and relatives as available.
$3.50 per lead - You provide Target Address in an Excel or Google Spreadsheet; we provide Owner Name, Owner Mailing Address, a list of phone numbers and emails for the owner, heirs, and relatives as available.
$1.00 per lead - This is our fee for each address that we search in the County database if there is no record of the address.
We research multiple paid databases to get you the best information to help put you in contact with the homeowner or decision maker.   We do not verify or guarantee the phone numbers or email addresses.
Ordering Instructions: Please send orders in spreadsheet form to: [email protected] Put “Skip Trace Leads” in subject line. Once we complete the order, an invoice will be sent and due upon receipt. When payment clears, we will email the completed spreadsheet to you.
We look forward to working with you!  
Sharon SniderOwner

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