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National Eviction Data Search

Transactional Unlawful Detainers (UD)

AIRS eviction data includes past court actions, unlawful detainers, monetary judgments, and court-ordered possessions from every major jurisdiction in the country.  This is the largest public record compilation of it’s kind, with over 36+ million reportable records delivering critical information not available through a credit report.  Within a second you can search nationwide, with one inquiry able to match up to 30 addresses at a time.  AIRS can also include a high-powered address history search to maximize true hits and minimize false positives.

Transactional Eviction Data via:

>  XML Gateway (eXtensible Markup Language)

    A set of services that allows for easy integration with the Oracle e-Business

    Suite to create and consume XML messages triggered by business events.


>  API Integration (Application Programming Interface)

    A set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software applications.


>  FTP (File Transfer Protocol)

    A protocol for transferring files between computers.


>  ODBC (Open Database Connectivity)

     A standard API for accessing database management systems (DBMS).


>  Iframe

    An HTML script embedded inside of another HTML based website page.


>  Website Portal

    A specially designed website that brings information from diverse sources.


REDFIN publishes article based on study using AIRS eviction dataset. Read the article here.



AIRS offers a Nationwide Eviction Search - Your best source for eviction information.

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Looking for one-off and name search service?  You can now access all of our data directly via our new XML/API products. Another great option for Eviction Information.

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