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Identify an Abandoned Home

How To Organize Your Data With Real Estate Skip Tracing – Identify an Abandoned Home

With the current surge in demands of real estate property in countries like the United States, the value of acquiring an abandoned building cannot be overestimated. Most vacant property has low or no demand compared to the listed ones. The listed houses, according to research, do have up to 15 bids on the first day of listing. Most experienced real estate investors go for abandoned houses to avoid competition.

The problem with this choice is that finding the owner of such vacant property could be hard. Most traditional real estate tactics might not work in locating the owner except real estate skip tracing.

How to Identify an Abandoned Home

As an investor, you would want to define a potential investment opportunity by looking for signs of neglect. These are the signs of a vacant house:

Overgrown vegetation or lawn
Broken doors and windows
Trash around the building
Signs of fire or weather damage.
Based on intuition, a dilapidated house could have been abandoned too since the occupants would not want to leave their home unrepaired.

How to Skip Trace

Skip tracing requires you to take some steps which may include traveling, phone calls or intensive research. The following are various ways of skip tracing.

Check the tax records of property

The first step to take when you find a building that you like is to find the tax records of the property. The county clerk is usually in possession of this record. In some cases, you could see these documents online on the Tax Assessor’s website. The government – state and county might be looking for the owner too in case they are delinquent with the tax payment. If the building is at a local area, you might need to

visit a public library or the office of a tax assessor of the area.

The tax records should contain information about the owner which includes the name and mailing address of the owner. If the mailing address is not the same as the address of the property, then it means the house could be a rental.

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About Skip Force LLC.: Skip Force is a SaaS company based in Austin, TX. Founded in August of 2019, Skip Force has developed solutions, for real estate investors and resellers, to streamline the skip tracing process to effectively close leads.
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