For almost 20 years, US Probate Leads (USPL) has been recognized as the Premier source for Probate Leads in the United States
With Researchers in virtually every county, USPL retrieves almost 40,000 leads each month.
With over 5,000 happy customers and researchers in every part of the United States, US Probate Leads is your go-to source for Probate leads.
Probate leads have always been the premier lead source for identifying distressed properties in Connecticut. The potential to identify highly motivated sellers who may be seeking to turn a property in their possession is at it's peak with probate-related properties. This is unlike other distressed properties where you're dealing with a seller who may not want to sell their house.
Mortgage companies, Lawyers and Attorneys, Title companies use this information to identify properties moving through the probate process. Banks and Credit Card companies use this data as a sanity check on services that provide Date of Death information. Typically, DoD data comes from Social Record DBs and is often very slow to post. But, we have see situations where the probate was filed within days of the passing of the Decedent.
Yes, we do. USPL bulk leads are available for any county that averages at least 15 probates each month. We encourage you to use our selection tool to check out any counties that might be of interest. The tool allows you to determine how many leads are available for each individual county. It only takes one Gem to make this worthwhile.
We provide Estate-related probates. Most probate courts also handle Guardianships, Conservatorships, cases pertaining to Minors, etc. We cull those records out and provide you records that have the potential for having real estate as part of the estate. You will receive Decedent Name and Last Known Address, Executor Name, Address and Telephone Number. Executor Email Addresses are available for an additional charge.
In a number of cases the Last Known Decedent Address may provide an insight into whether that property is the inherited property - unfortunately this is not always the case. However, contrary to claims by our competitors - Decedent Information collected at the courthouse does not map back to Deed Record Information. Decedent Legal names are simply not a part of Probate Record filings. This means that when trying to identify the inherited property, that information may not be in the probate record.
When attempting to use deed records to identify that property it is oft times difficult to determine which property belonged to the Decedent. Folks that make this claim (1) may not be identifying the actual inherited property or (2) probably do not provide all of the filed probate data. This means that a significant number of filings never get to the lead purchaser. We have solved this problem by providing the Executor's contact information and recommend as Best Practice that you reach out to that individual and ask them which property is in the estate. Don't find that your competitors are getting data from the same courthouse, and finding viable leads that you are not seeing.