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National Eviction Data Search

National Eviction Enhanced Method (Monthly Volume Pricing per search)


National Eviction National Criminal
100-499 $2.60 $3.25
500-999 $2.45 $3.20
1,000-2,499 $2.30 $3.15
2,500-4,999 $2.20 $3.10
5,000-14,999 $2.10 $3.05
15,000-24,999 $2.02 $3.00
25,000+ $1.95 $2.95

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AIRS now offers a National Eviction Search through one of our trusted partners. Your best source for Eviction Information.



Best Practices for Landlord/Plaintiffs in Civil and Housing Court Eviction Matters


Landlords and property managers often find it necessary to file a complaint against a tenant in civil or housing court in order to evict the tenant for cause. This action may stem from late or unpaid rent, violation of lease terms, criminal activity in the property, or a landlord-initiated request to vacate ignored by the tenant.




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



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