DataQuick says it’s added 33 million transaction records to the company’s National Property Database, by identifying transactions in jurisdictions that do not provide recorder information, and transactions that are outside of historical depth in jurisdictions where recorder data is available.
The release of the new “Derived Transaction Record” expands clients’ ability to track relevant activity on a property over time, the company said. The National Property Database has 267 million transaction records on more than 125 million properties.
In what the company is characterizing as “some of the most comprehensive database initiatives deployed by DataQuick during the past five years,” DataQuick has also:
- introduced an “Assessor History Database” that provides an annual snapshot of Assessor data for millions of properties from 2003 through 2013, helping users identify changes that impact property values and neighborhood valuation trends over time.
- expanded coverage of pre-foreclosure tracking including notices of default, notices of trustee sale and Lis Pendens filings from 156 U.S. counties to 872 counties.
- added new standard recorder fields to the National Property Database including loan term, reverse mortgages, quitclaims and loan modifactions, and exapnded coverage of interest rates, arms-length transactions, lender addresses, multi-parcel transactions and intra-family transfers.