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CRS Data Public Property Records



CRS Data develops and delivers property information solutions to MLSs, REALTORS®, appraisers, financial institutions and governments of all levels.

Public property records and interactive maps are delivered through its intuitive and comprehensive online software. The software is designed to provide real estate professionals with the tool set they need to close listings and sales and to farm for new leads.

Some product highlights:

  • County tax information
  • New sales
  • Sales and mortgage histories
  • Warranty and trust deeds (may be extra charges in some areas)
  • Interactive parcel maps
  • Subdivision information
  • Census/demographic statistics
  • Special searches, such as custom comps, FSBOs and foreclosures
  • Farming capability featuring mailing lists and labels

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