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- Input Date: This is the date the record was typed into Record Information Services' database. Not to be confused with the date of transaction, or date of record.
- Date of Record: The date the record was filed at the county recorder's office
- Document Number: The number referencing filing document. Not to be confused with the loan account number.
- Parcel Number: The postal code assigned to the property for mailing.
- First Name and Last Name: The name of the individual who purchased the property.
- Seller First Name and Last Name: The name of the person who sold the property.
- Deed Date: This is the date the document was created.
- Tax Bill Address: The address to which the tax bill is mailed.
- Telephone: Usually available on around 40% of records. Scrubbed against the "Do-Not-Call List" bi-monthly.
- Race: This is subjective in nature - does not appear on the actual record.
- Buyer ID Code:
- SP = Single Person Single Male
- SW = Single Woman
- MW = Married Male
- MP = Married Person
- MW = Married Woman
- HW = Husband/Wife
- O = Other
- CO = Company or Corporation
- LV = Living Trust
- TR = Trustee
- WD = Widow or Widower
- ID = Individual
- AK = Also Known As
- RT = Revocable Trust
- LTV: Loan-to-Value is the amount the homeowner owes Vs. what the property is worth. For example, if the property's value is $100,000 and the homeowner put down $20,000, then the LTV is 80%.
- Down Payment: This will only appear here if it was on the record.
- Percent Down: this will only appear here if it was on the record.
- X & Y: Identifies the latitude and longitude coordinates of the property.
- Most Current Record: Indicates a Y here if it is the most recently filed real estate transaction on file.
- Census Tract: The census is conducted by the US Census Bureau every 10 years. It identifies certain geographic areas by census tract and census block. The census track reflects median numbers when it comes to age and income. It is a generalization about a specific area, not by any means an exact science or number.
- Census Age and Income: When selecting an income range, those numbers will reflect a median household income, not an average of the census tract area. The median age is identified by using the census block as a benchmark which does reflect a more accurate picture of a geographic area.
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