The company Local Records Office has been in the spotlight for the past few years because of the good reviews and the amount of referrals by real estate agents all across the United States. So what does “Local Records Office” do? They offer homeowners a service they like to call “Property history report”. The property history report is what the title says, they find the long lost property history that most real estate agents and brokers don’t have access to. The property reports have in-depth information of the property that customers want information on. The report comes in a package with other useful information like foreclosure activity, demographics, crime report, school to teacher report, copy of the original deed, compatibles and much much more.

Why Would Homebuyers Want to Use the Services at Local Records Office?

Many of the real estate agents unfortunately are not honest about certain home’s history. Some agents are known to say that the property was build in the 1940’s when it was really build in the 1920’s, or they don’t mention how the house had a severe water damage a few years back. All agents are not like this but there are those few that like to “leave things out” or neglect to tell homeowners the real story. The other agents that want to be completely honest with clients are the ones that hire Local Records Office to dig as much information on each property the potential homebuyers are interested in. Knowing the most you can on the different properties you’re interested on will help you decide on the best one and not the one that looks pretty on the outside.

Where Does “Local Records Office” Get the Property History Report Information?

In order for Local Records Office to provide it’s services to homebuyers they have to research many different sources, one includes the county the property is located in. A lot of the information is generated by the Local Records Office team to make it as easy to read as possible.

How Much Does Local Records Office Charge for the Service?

Since the team spends many hours looking and finding the latest information to generate the report they charge a fee of $89. At $89 the price is pretty steep but at the same times we have to think about the hours and work that has to be done, so I guess we let that slide this time.

Where is Local Records Office Located?

Local Records Office is located in sunny southern California; they currently do not have a walk-in office but they work with homebuyers all across the United States. For more information go to http://www.local-records-office.me/local-records-office/ or you may contact them at 1 (800) 790-0721 for any questions you may have.

I Received a Letter from Local Records Office, What Does This Mean?

In order for Local Records Office to offer it’s services they send optional services to new homeowners by mail, the service is completely optional and by no means should be taken as a bill. If you’re interested in the service go ahead and send the bottom part of the letter with a $89 money order or check and just wait on your package to arrive. If you still have questions click here for more in-depth information.

How do I Request my Real Estate Agent to Use Local Records Office When I See a Home I’m Interested in?

If you want your real estate agent, broker or lawyer to use the services Local Records Office has to offer go ahead and let them know ahead of time and give them the address you’re interested in. Be aware that it may take 10 to 21 business days for your package to arrive in the mail.

Does Local Records Office Offer Other Ways for Customer to Receive the Property History Report Package?

At this time mail is the only way the property history reports are being sent. Maybe in the future an online PDF version may be available for download.

Is the Website Secure from Identify Theft and Scam Artist?

With the rise of identity theft and online scam artists the website is equipped with the latest version of HTTPS for any type of credit or debit card transactions. Local Records Office takes customer’s identity very serious and does everything possible to help prevent identity theft at all costs.  For any more information call customer service at 1(800) 790-0721

To learn more about real estate and Local records Office go to www.Local-Records-Offices.org