What are our address data sources?

We collect property addresses from multiple sources. See the following examples for more information about property addresses in Remine.

Single family properties

In this example, 8323 Carnegie Drive is a single family home with one assessor's parcel number (APN), or tax ID. In this scenario, we get the address and APN for the home from public record data through First American. We collect the owner mailing address from public record data as well, which is one of the ways we determine absentee-owned properties.

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Multi-unit apartment buildings

In this example, 2727 Merrilee Drive is a multi-unit apartment building with one APN. Each unit in the building has a mailing address, but no APN. Our data sources in this scenario are as follows:

  • Building address (address on property card): We get the address, property parcel information, and APN for the building from First American, which is one of our primary providers of public record data.
  • Mailing addresses (addresses in gray): We get the mailing addresses for individual units within the building (e.g., Apt 101, Apt 102, Apt 103) from USPS.

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Multi-unit condominium buildings

In this example, 2727 Merrilee Drive is a multi-unit condominium building with one APN per unit. Each unit in the building is a taxable property with a unique owner. In this scenario, we get the address and APN for each unit from public record data through First American. We collect mailing address for each property owner from public record data as well, which is one of the ways we determine absentee-owned properties.

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If we get incomplete condominium data from First American, we fill in the blanks with USPS addresses. In the following example, there are additional unit numbers in the building that are valid postal addresses, but we don't have the complete unit data from First American.

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